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Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH

Due to lack of decent job with adequate salary in the Philippines, its citizens resort to applying for jobs abroad, adding numbers to estimated 10 million Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) scattered throughout the globe. And how would they manage to pay their loans and mortgages if their earnings barely meet their daily needs? Some people even if they had the luck of finding local jobs still apply for overseas job because their salary is simply not enough to cover their financial needs.
As President Rodrigo Duterte's promise to end the generation of OFWs, government efforts in generating job opportunities and skills training for entrepreneurship might hopefully entice OFWs to come back home for good.
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Due to lack of decent job with adequate salary in the Philippines, its citizens resort to applying for jobs abroad, adding numbers to estimated 10 million Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) scattered throughout the globe. And how would they manage to pay their loans and mortgages if their earnings barely meet their daily needs? Some people even if they had the luck of finding local jobs still apply for overseas job because their salary is simply not enough to cover their financial needs.  As President Rodrigo Duterte's promise to end the generation of OFWs, government efforts in generating job opportunities and skills training for entrepreneurship might hopefully entice OFWs to come back home for good.  Advertisement       Sponsored Links       Mary was an executive secretary back in the Philippines. Because her salary was not enough to support her kids. Mary is a single parent. As a result she applied to be a domestic worker in Hong Kong in 1985 in search for a better income. that's where she experienced homesickness. Not a single day that she sit on the table to dine, that her tears won't flow out of a great longing for her children. It made even worse when her boss told her that she cannot go home for two years as stated in her contract. Her daily work begin as early as 6AM. It is too difficult for her to find strength in the midst of such situation but Mary managed herself to be strong.    Mary's story is not so different from millions of overseas Filipino workers deployed throughout the world in quest for the best possible future that they can give to their families back home.  Some professionals do not care about their career to be downgraded — teachers becoming nannys and maid, doctors working as nurses and nurses serving as caregivers, etc...  President Rodrigo Duterte's aim is to end the generation of OFWs with the help of DOLE, POEA, OWWA, and other concerned government agencies.    DOLE Secretary Silvestre Bello III reiterated that in line with the president's dream, his agency is currently persuading OFWs to come home and work locally or put up a business in the Philippines.    According to Bello, OFWs that require further upgrading of skills as the participating employers require will be referred to the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) to undergo training prior to their deployment in the Philippines or abroad.  Read More:  Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?    ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
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Mary was an executive secretary back in the Philippines. Because her salary was not enough to support her kids. Mary is a single parent. As a result she applied to be a domestic worker in Hong Kong in 1985 in search for a better income. that's where she experienced homesickness. Not a single day that she sit on the table to dine, that her tears won't flow out of a great longing for her children. It made even worse when her boss told her that she cannot go home for two years as stated in her contract. Her daily work begin as early as 6AM. It is too difficult for her to find strength in the midst of such situation but Mary managed herself to be strong.

Mary's story is not so different from millions of overseas Filipino workers deployed throughout the world in quest for the best possible future that they can give to their families back home.
Some professionals do not care about their career to be downgraded — teachers becoming nannys and maid, doctors working as nurses and nurses serving as caregivers, etc...
President Rodrigo Duterte's aim is to end the generation of OFWs with the help of DOLE, POEA, OWWA, and other concerned government agencies.



Due to lack of decent job with adequate salary in the Philippines, its citizens resort to applying for jobs abroad, adding numbers to estimated 10 million Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) scattered throughout the globe. And how would they manage to pay their loans and mortgages if their earnings barely meet their daily needs? Some people even if they had the luck of finding local jobs still apply for overseas job because their salary is simply not enough to cover their financial needs.  As President Rodrigo Duterte's promise to end the generation of OFWs, government efforts in generating job opportunities and skills training for entrepreneurship might hopefully entice OFWs to come back home for good.  Advertisement       Sponsored Links       Mary was an executive secretary back in the Philippines. Because her salary was not enough to support her kids. Mary is a single parent. As a result she applied to be a domestic worker in Hong Kong in 1985 in search for a better income. that's where she experienced homesickness. Not a single day that she sit on the table to dine, that her tears won't flow out of a great longing for her children. It made even worse when her boss told her that she cannot go home for two years as stated in her contract. Her daily work begin as early as 6AM. It is too difficult for her to find strength in the midst of such situation but Mary managed herself to be strong.    Mary's story is not so different from millions of overseas Filipino workers deployed throughout the world in quest for the best possible future that they can give to their families back home.  Some professionals do not care about their career to be downgraded — teachers becoming nannys and maid, doctors working as nurses and nurses serving as caregivers, etc...  President Rodrigo Duterte's aim is to end the generation of OFWs with the help of DOLE, POEA, OWWA, and other concerned government agencies.    DOLE Secretary Silvestre Bello III reiterated that in line with the president's dream, his agency is currently persuading OFWs to come home and work locally or put up a business in the Philippines.    According to Bello, OFWs that require further upgrading of skills as the participating employers require will be referred to the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) to undergo training prior to their deployment in the Philippines or abroad.  Read More:  Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?    ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
DOLE Secretary Silvestre Bello III reiterated that in line with the president's dream, his agency is currently persuading OFWs to come home and work locally or put up a business in the Philippines.
Due to lack of decent job with adequate salary in the Philippines, its citizens resort to applying for jobs abroad, adding numbers to estimated 10 million Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) scattered throughout the globe. And how would they manage to pay their loans and mortgages if their earnings barely meet their daily needs? Some people even if they had the luck of finding local jobs still apply for overseas job because their salary is simply not enough to cover their financial needs.  As President Rodrigo Duterte's promise to end the generation of OFWs, government efforts in generating job opportunities and skills training for entrepreneurship might hopefully entice OFWs to come back home for good.  Advertisement       Sponsored Links       Mary was an executive secretary back in the Philippines. Because her salary was not enough to support her kids. Mary is a single parent. As a result she applied to be a domestic worker in Hong Kong in 1985 in search for a better income. that's where she experienced homesickness. Not a single day that she sit on the table to dine, that her tears won't flow out of a great longing for her children. It made even worse when her boss told her that she cannot go home for two years as stated in her contract. Her daily work begin as early as 6AM. It is too difficult for her to find strength in the midst of such situation but Mary managed herself to be strong.    Mary's story is not so different from millions of overseas Filipino workers deployed throughout the world in quest for the best possible future that they can give to their families back home.  Some professionals do not care about their career to be downgraded — teachers becoming nannys and maid, doctors working as nurses and nurses serving as caregivers, etc...  President Rodrigo Duterte's aim is to end the generation of OFWs with the help of DOLE, POEA, OWWA, and other concerned government agencies.    DOLE Secretary Silvestre Bello III reiterated that in line with the president's dream, his agency is currently persuading OFWs to come home and work locally or put up a business in the Philippines.    According to Bello, OFWs that require further upgrading of skills as the participating employers require will be referred to the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) to undergo training prior to their deployment in the Philippines or abroad.  Read More:  Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?    ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
According to Bello, OFWs that require further upgrading of skills as the participating employers require will be referred to the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) to undergo training prior to their deployment in the Philippines or abroad.


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