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Monday, March 19, 2018

Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business


This article is filed under: OFW News
The very reason why Filipinos leave their families behind and find work abroad is just that they cannot find a high paying job in the Philippines, thus, the number of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) continues to swell. With rising number of graduates who could not land jobs, finding a job is merely a competition where the most qualified win. With a family to feed, kids to send to school and clothe, bills to pay, a mortgage to settle, everyone needs a job with adequate pay. They do not realize that the problem won't be solved by going abroad or working in a company for a monthly payment. The key is to start a business and make it grow.
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The very reason why Filipinos leave their families behind and find work abroad is just that they cannot find a high paying job in the Philippines, thus, the number of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) continues to swell. With rising number of graduates who could not land jobs, finding a job is merely a competition where the most qualified win. With a family to feed, kids to send to school and clothe, bills to pay, a mortgage to settle, everyone needs a job with adequate pay. They do not realize that the problem won't be solved by going abroad or working in a company for a monthly payment. The key is to start a business and make it grow.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links     That is what Rica Penalosa,  former overseas Filipina worker (OFW) in Dubai, realized when she went home to the Philippines and found success in the food business industry.  She started her first food cart beside the De La Salle University in Manila back in the days when the premises of the university were not so crowded yet.  “Nag-pushcart kami everyday, nagtutulak talaga ako ng cart,” Penalosa told ABS-CBN’s "My Puhunan".   Inside her little pushcart, Penalosa sold food items like students’ meals, bacon, footlong, and hotdog with fried rice and egg.  Establishing the business, however, was not so easy as there were many struggles along the way, Penalosa recalled the most difficult, was being caught by the police.  “Hinuli ng pulis tapos tataob yung paninda mo. Buti na lang hindi sumabog yung gasul na dala ko. Tapos matatapon yung mga kanin. Kung ano sa TV ganun talaga siya,” Penalosa said.  After several months, Penalosa began to see the fruits of her hard work.  With her business giving her more than PhP5,000 per day, Penalosa decided not to return to Dubai and stay in the Philippines with her family to focus on her business.  “Kung itong PhP5,000 a day, hindi kikitain ng isang ordinaryong empleyado yun. Sa isang linggo, PhP25,000, hindi ka pa ba masaya nun?”  “Mas naramdaman ko yung saya na nandito kasama pa yung pamilya mo,” Penalosa said.    Read More:  Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich    Tips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families    How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    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?

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That is what Rica Penalosa,  former overseas Filipina worker (OFW) in Dubai, realized when she went home to the Philippines and found success in the food business industry.

She started her first food cart beside the De La Salle University in Manila back in the days when the premises of the university were not so crowded yet.


 Inside her little pushcart, Penalosa sold food items like students’ meals, bacon, footlong, and hotdog with fried rice and egg.

Establishing the business, however, was not so easy as there were many struggles along the way, Penalosa recalled the most difficult, was being caught by the police.
The very reason why Filipinos leave their families behind and find work abroad is just that they cannot find a high paying job in the Philippines, thus, the number of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) continues to swell. With rising number of graduates who could not land jobs, finding a job is merely a competition where the most qualified win. With a family to feed, kids to send to school and clothe, bills to pay, a mortgage to settle, everyone needs a job with adequate pay. They do not realize that the problem won't be solved by going abroad or working in a company for a monthly payment. The key is to start a business and make it grow.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links     That is what Rica Penalosa,  former overseas Filipina worker (OFW) in Dubai, realized when she went home to the Philippines and found success in the food business industry.  She started her first food cart beside the De La Salle University in Manila back in the days when the premises of the university were not so crowded yet.  “Nag-pushcart kami everyday, nagtutulak talaga ako ng cart,” Penalosa told ABS-CBN’s "My Puhunan".   Inside her little pushcart, Penalosa sold food items like students’ meals, bacon, footlong, and hotdog with fried rice and egg.  Establishing the business, however, was not so easy as there were many struggles along the way, Penalosa recalled the most difficult, was being caught by the police.  “Hinuli ng pulis tapos tataob yung paninda mo. Buti na lang hindi sumabog yung gasul na dala ko. Tapos matatapon yung mga kanin. Kung ano sa TV ganun talaga siya,” Penalosa said.  After several months, Penalosa began to see the fruits of her hard work.  With her business giving her more than PhP5,000 per day, Penalosa decided not to return to Dubai and stay in the Philippines with her family to focus on her business.  “Kung itong PhP5,000 a day, hindi kikitain ng isang ordinaryong empleyado yun. Sa isang linggo, PhP25,000, hindi ka pa ba masaya nun?”  “Mas naramdaman ko yung saya na nandito kasama pa yung pamilya mo,” Penalosa said.    Read More:  Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich    Tips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families    How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    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
After several months, Penalosa began to see the fruits of her hard work.

With her business giving her more than PhP5,000 per day, Penalosa decided not to return to Dubai and stay in the Philippines with her family to focus on her business.
The very reason why Filipinos leave their families behind and find work abroad is just that they cannot find a high paying job in the Philippines, thus, the number of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) continues to swell. With rising number of graduates who could not land jobs, finding a job is merely a competition where the most qualified win. With a family to feed, kids to send to school and clothe, bills to pay, a mortgage to settle, everyone needs a job with adequate pay. They do not realize that the problem won't be solved by going abroad or working in a company for a monthly payment. The key is to start a business and make it grow.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links     That is what Rica Penalosa,  former overseas Filipina worker (OFW) in Dubai, realized when she went home to the Philippines and found success in the food business industry.  She started her first food cart beside the De La Salle University in Manila back in the days when the premises of the university were not so crowded yet.  “Nag-pushcart kami everyday, nagtutulak talaga ako ng cart,” Penalosa told ABS-CBN’s "My Puhunan".   Inside her little pushcart, Penalosa sold food items like students’ meals, bacon, footlong, and hotdog with fried rice and egg.  Establishing the business, however, was not so easy as there were many struggles along the way, Penalosa recalled the most difficult, was being caught by the police.  “Hinuli ng pulis tapos tataob yung paninda mo. Buti na lang hindi sumabog yung gasul na dala ko. Tapos matatapon yung mga kanin. Kung ano sa TV ganun talaga siya,” Penalosa said.  After several months, Penalosa began to see the fruits of her hard work.  With her business giving her more than PhP5,000 per day, Penalosa decided not to return to Dubai and stay in the Philippines with her family to focus on her business.  “Kung itong PhP5,000 a day, hindi kikitain ng isang ordinaryong empleyado yun. Sa isang linggo, PhP25,000, hindi ka pa ba masaya nun?”  “Mas naramdaman ko yung saya na nandito kasama pa yung pamilya mo,” Penalosa said.    Read More:  Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich    Tips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families    How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    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


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