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Sunday, April 29, 2018

Are You a First Time OFW? Read These Advice

Thousands of stories of struggles of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been told and re-told. In spite of this, many Filipinos still want to try their luck in a foreign land in search of a better life.
In their home country, having a decent job and adequate earnings is a struggle. Every day you need to think about paying your bills, rents, mortgage, expenditures and basic necessities. How would you survive all of these without even having a decent local job?

Many believe that the grass is always greener on the other side of the lawn but do they know what it takes to be an OFW?
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Thousands of stories of struggles of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been told and re-told. In spite of this, many Filipinos still want to try their luck in a foreign land in search of a better life.  In their home country, having a decent job and adequate earnings is a struggle. Every day you need to think about paying your bills, rents, mortgage, expenditures and basic necessities. How would you survive all of these without even having a decent local job?    Many believe that the grass is always greener on the other side of the lawn but do they know what it takes to be an OFW?  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       You got to be tough An OFW named Aida said that one of the most crucial things an aspiring OFW must have in order to survive life abroad is “lakas ng loob.” Many aspiring OFWs already know how hard being an overseas worker could be based on countless accounts of OFWs or our ‘modern day heroes’. Despite this, they only realize how hard it really is once they take the first step onto foreign soil.  In moments like this, Filipino workers abroad must draw strength from within and remember the very reason they decided to fly overseas to work. Lakasan lang ang loob!   Expectations may be far from reality Carlo is a young OFW who decided to work abroad at the age of 21. Young and fresh out of college, Carlo left the Philippines full of hopes and dreams. It was only after a few years of being abroad that Carlo learned that expectations could be far from reality.  A tip from seasoned OFWs to first-timers: expect to experience failures and hardships. At the same time, expect that some of your expectations will not be met. Many OFWs have a concrete plan before flying abroad but years after stepping foot in their ‘second home’, many of them feel they are no longer in the path they envisioned themselves in years prior.  Despite this, never give up and never let go of your dreams. Through hard work and dedication, they will eventually come to fruition.  Do not trust anyone too soon Being alone in a foreign land, OFWs try their best to look for people they can trust, people who can become their second family in a foreign land. Word of advice —don’t trust too soon.  There will always be people who will take advantage of your naivety no matter where you are. Learn how to trust the right people.  Believe in yourself Jonalyn, a domestic helper, believes many people look down on OFWs. However, she said that being an OFW is both an honor and a responsibility.  For instance, being a domestic helper does not make you less of a person. Your seemingly simple cooking ability as a domestic helper, if done with dedication, could make you a chef.  Do you really want to be an OFW? Think about it thoroughly Marie said choosing to become an OFW is one of the biggest decisions in her life. An aspiring OFW should really think and re-think about deciding to work overseas. One has to deal not only physical burden. Your emotional and mental strength will also be put to the test.  READ MORE: Recruiters With Delisted, Banned, Suspended, Revoked And Cancelled POEA Licenses 2018    List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    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

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Thousands of stories of struggles of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been told and re-told. In spite of this, many Filipinos still want to try their luck in a foreign land in search of a better life.  In their home country, having a decent job and adequate earnings is a struggle. Every day you need to think about paying your bills, rents, mortgage, expenditures and basic necessities. How would you survive all of these without even having a decent local job?    Many believe that the grass is always greener on the other side of the lawn but do they know what it takes to be an OFW?  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       You got to be tough An OFW named Aida said that one of the most crucial things an aspiring OFW must have in order to survive life abroad is “lakas ng loob.” Many aspiring OFWs already know how hard being an overseas worker could be based on countless accounts of OFWs or our ‘modern day heroes’. Despite this, they only realize how hard it really is once they take the first step onto foreign soil.  In moments like this, Filipino workers abroad must draw strength from within and remember the very reason they decided to fly overseas to work. Lakasan lang ang loob!   Expectations may be far from reality Carlo is a young OFW who decided to work abroad at the age of 21. Young and fresh out of college, Carlo left the Philippines full of hopes and dreams. It was only after a few years of being abroad that Carlo learned that expectations could be far from reality.  A tip from seasoned OFWs to first-timers: expect to experience failures and hardships. At the same time, expect that some of your expectations will not be met. Many OFWs have a concrete plan before flying abroad but years after stepping foot in their ‘second home’, many of them feel they are no longer in the path they envisioned themselves in years prior.  Despite this, never give up and never let go of your dreams. Through hard work and dedication, they will eventually come to fruition.  Do not trust anyone too soon Being alone in a foreign land, OFWs try their best to look for people they can trust, people who can become their second family in a foreign land. Word of advice —don’t trust too soon.  There will always be people who will take advantage of your naivety no matter where you are. Learn how to trust the right people.  Believe in yourself Jonalyn, a domestic helper, believes many people look down on OFWs. However, she said that being an OFW is both an honor and a responsibility.  For instance, being a domestic helper does not make you less of a person. Your seemingly simple cooking ability as a domestic helper, if done with dedication, could make you a chef.  Do you really want to be an OFW? Think about it thoroughly Marie said choosing to become an OFW is one of the biggest decisions in her life. An aspiring OFW should really think and re-think about deciding to work overseas. One has to deal not only physical burden. Your emotional and mental strength will also be put to the test.  READ MORE: Recruiters With Delisted, Banned, Suspended, Revoked And Cancelled POEA Licenses 2018    List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    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
You got to be tough

An OFW named Aida said that one of the most crucial things an aspiring OFW must have in order to survive life abroad is “lakas ng loob.” Many aspiring OFWs already know how hard being an overseas worker could be based on countless accounts of OFWs or our ‘modern day heroes’. Despite this, they only realize how hard it really is once they take the first step onto foreign soil.

In moments like this, Filipino workers abroad must draw strength from within and remember the very reason they decided to fly overseas to work. Lakasan lang ang loob!
Thousands of stories of struggles of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been told and re-told. In spite of this, many Filipinos still want to try their luck in a foreign land in search of a better life.  In their home country, having a decent job and adequate earnings is a struggle. Every day you need to think about paying your bills, rents, mortgage, expenditures and basic necessities. How would you survive all of these without even having a decent local job?    Many believe that the grass is always greener on the other side of the lawn but do they know what it takes to be an OFW?  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       You got to be tough An OFW named Aida said that one of the most crucial things an aspiring OFW must have in order to survive life abroad is “lakas ng loob.” Many aspiring OFWs already know how hard being an overseas worker could be based on countless accounts of OFWs or our ‘modern day heroes’. Despite this, they only realize how hard it really is once they take the first step onto foreign soil.  In moments like this, Filipino workers abroad must draw strength from within and remember the very reason they decided to fly overseas to work. Lakasan lang ang loob!   Expectations may be far from reality Carlo is a young OFW who decided to work abroad at the age of 21. Young and fresh out of college, Carlo left the Philippines full of hopes and dreams. It was only after a few years of being abroad that Carlo learned that expectations could be far from reality.  A tip from seasoned OFWs to first-timers: expect to experience failures and hardships. At the same time, expect that some of your expectations will not be met. Many OFWs have a concrete plan before flying abroad but years after stepping foot in their ‘second home’, many of them feel they are no longer in the path they envisioned themselves in years prior.  Despite this, never give up and never let go of your dreams. Through hard work and dedication, they will eventually come to fruition.  Do not trust anyone too soon Being alone in a foreign land, OFWs try their best to look for people they can trust, people who can become their second family in a foreign land. Word of advice —don’t trust too soon.  There will always be people who will take advantage of your naivety no matter where you are. Learn how to trust the right people.  Believe in yourself Jonalyn, a domestic helper, believes many people look down on OFWs. However, she said that being an OFW is both an honor and a responsibility.  For instance, being a domestic helper does not make you less of a person. Your seemingly simple cooking ability as a domestic helper, if done with dedication, could make you a chef.  Do you really want to be an OFW? Think about it thoroughly Marie said choosing to become an OFW is one of the biggest decisions in her life. An aspiring OFW should really think and re-think about deciding to work overseas. One has to deal not only physical burden. Your emotional and mental strength will also be put to the test.  READ MORE: Recruiters With Delisted, Banned, Suspended, Revoked And Cancelled POEA Licenses 2018    List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    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
 Expectations may be far from reality
Carlo is a young OFW who decided to work abroad at the age of 21. Young and fresh out of college, Carlo left the Philippines full of hopes and dreams. It was only after a few years of being abroad that Carlo learned that expectations could be far from reality.

A tip from seasoned OFWs to first-timers: expect to experience failures and hardships. At the same time, expect that some of your expectations will not be met. Many OFWs have a concrete plan before flying abroad but years after stepping foot in their ‘second home’, many of them feel they are no longer in the path they envisioned themselves in years prior.

Despite this, never give up and never let go of your dreams. Through hard work and dedication, they will eventually come to fruition.
Thousands of stories of struggles of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been told and re-told. In spite of this, many Filipinos still want to try their luck in a foreign land in search of a better life.  In their home country, having a decent job and adequate earnings is a struggle. Every day you need to think about paying your bills, rents, mortgage, expenditures and basic necessities. How would you survive all of these without even having a decent local job?    Many believe that the grass is always greener on the other side of the lawn but do they know what it takes to be an OFW?  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       You got to be tough An OFW named Aida said that one of the most crucial things an aspiring OFW must have in order to survive life abroad is “lakas ng loob.” Many aspiring OFWs already know how hard being an overseas worker could be based on countless accounts of OFWs or our ‘modern day heroes’. Despite this, they only realize how hard it really is once they take the first step onto foreign soil.  In moments like this, Filipino workers abroad must draw strength from within and remember the very reason they decided to fly overseas to work. Lakasan lang ang loob!   Expectations may be far from reality Carlo is a young OFW who decided to work abroad at the age of 21. Young and fresh out of college, Carlo left the Philippines full of hopes and dreams. It was only after a few years of being abroad that Carlo learned that expectations could be far from reality.  A tip from seasoned OFWs to first-timers: expect to experience failures and hardships. At the same time, expect that some of your expectations will not be met. Many OFWs have a concrete plan before flying abroad but years after stepping foot in their ‘second home’, many of them feel they are no longer in the path they envisioned themselves in years prior.  Despite this, never give up and never let go of your dreams. Through hard work and dedication, they will eventually come to fruition.  Do not trust anyone too soon Being alone in a foreign land, OFWs try their best to look for people they can trust, people who can become their second family in a foreign land. Word of advice —don’t trust too soon.  There will always be people who will take advantage of your naivety no matter where you are. Learn how to trust the right people.  Believe in yourself Jonalyn, a domestic helper, believes many people look down on OFWs. However, she said that being an OFW is both an honor and a responsibility.  For instance, being a domestic helper does not make you less of a person. Your seemingly simple cooking ability as a domestic helper, if done with dedication, could make you a chef.  Do you really want to be an OFW? Think about it thoroughly Marie said choosing to become an OFW is one of the biggest decisions in her life. An aspiring OFW should really think and re-think about deciding to work overseas. One has to deal not only physical burden. Your emotional and mental strength will also be put to the test.  READ MORE: Recruiters With Delisted, Banned, Suspended, Revoked And Cancelled POEA Licenses 2018    List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    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
Do not trust anyone too soon
Being alone in a foreign land, OFWs try their best to look for people they can trust, people who can become their second family in a foreign land. Word of advice —don’t trust too soon.

There will always be people who will take advantage of your naivety no matter where you are. Learn how to trust the right people.
Thousands of stories of struggles of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been told and re-told. In spite of this, many Filipinos still want to try their luck in a foreign land in search of a better life.  In their home country, having a decent job and adequate earnings is a struggle. Every day you need to think about paying your bills, rents, mortgage, expenditures and basic necessities. How would you survive all of these without even having a decent local job?    Many believe that the grass is always greener on the other side of the lawn but do they know what it takes to be an OFW?  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       You got to be tough An OFW named Aida said that one of the most crucial things an aspiring OFW must have in order to survive life abroad is “lakas ng loob.” Many aspiring OFWs already know how hard being an overseas worker could be based on countless accounts of OFWs or our ‘modern day heroes’. Despite this, they only realize how hard it really is once they take the first step onto foreign soil.  In moments like this, Filipino workers abroad must draw strength from within and remember the very reason they decided to fly overseas to work. Lakasan lang ang loob!   Expectations may be far from reality Carlo is a young OFW who decided to work abroad at the age of 21. Young and fresh out of college, Carlo left the Philippines full of hopes and dreams. It was only after a few years of being abroad that Carlo learned that expectations could be far from reality.  A tip from seasoned OFWs to first-timers: expect to experience failures and hardships. At the same time, expect that some of your expectations will not be met. Many OFWs have a concrete plan before flying abroad but years after stepping foot in their ‘second home’, many of them feel they are no longer in the path they envisioned themselves in years prior.  Despite this, never give up and never let go of your dreams. Through hard work and dedication, they will eventually come to fruition.  Do not trust anyone too soon Being alone in a foreign land, OFWs try their best to look for people they can trust, people who can become their second family in a foreign land. Word of advice —don’t trust too soon.  There will always be people who will take advantage of your naivety no matter where you are. Learn how to trust the right people.  Believe in yourself Jonalyn, a domestic helper, believes many people look down on OFWs. However, she said that being an OFW is both an honor and a responsibility.  For instance, being a domestic helper does not make you less of a person. Your seemingly simple cooking ability as a domestic helper, if done with dedication, could make you a chef.  Do you really want to be an OFW? Think about it thoroughly Marie said choosing to become an OFW is one of the biggest decisions in her life. An aspiring OFW should really think and re-think about deciding to work overseas. One has to deal not only physical burden. Your emotional and mental strength will also be put to the test.  READ MORE: Recruiters With Delisted, Banned, Suspended, Revoked And Cancelled POEA Licenses 2018    List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    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
Believe in yourself
Jonalyn, a domestic helper, believes many people look down on OFWs. However, she said that being an OFW is both an honor and a responsibility.

For instance, being a domestic helper does not make you less of a person. Your seemingly simple cooking ability as a domestic helper, if done with dedication, could make you a chef.
Thousands of stories of struggles of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been told and re-told. In spite of this, many Filipinos still want to try their luck in a foreign land in search of a better life.  In their home country, having a decent job and adequate earnings is a struggle. Every day you need to think about paying your bills, rents, mortgage, expenditures and basic necessities. How would you survive all of these without even having a decent local job?    Many believe that the grass is always greener on the other side of the lawn but do they know what it takes to be an OFW?  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       You got to be tough An OFW named Aida said that one of the most crucial things an aspiring OFW must have in order to survive life abroad is “lakas ng loob.” Many aspiring OFWs already know how hard being an overseas worker could be based on countless accounts of OFWs or our ‘modern day heroes’. Despite this, they only realize how hard it really is once they take the first step onto foreign soil.  In moments like this, Filipino workers abroad must draw strength from within and remember the very reason they decided to fly overseas to work. Lakasan lang ang loob!   Expectations may be far from reality Carlo is a young OFW who decided to work abroad at the age of 21. Young and fresh out of college, Carlo left the Philippines full of hopes and dreams. It was only after a few years of being abroad that Carlo learned that expectations could be far from reality.  A tip from seasoned OFWs to first-timers: expect to experience failures and hardships. At the same time, expect that some of your expectations will not be met. Many OFWs have a concrete plan before flying abroad but years after stepping foot in their ‘second home’, many of them feel they are no longer in the path they envisioned themselves in years prior.  Despite this, never give up and never let go of your dreams. Through hard work and dedication, they will eventually come to fruition.  Do not trust anyone too soon Being alone in a foreign land, OFWs try their best to look for people they can trust, people who can become their second family in a foreign land. Word of advice —don’t trust too soon.  There will always be people who will take advantage of your naivety no matter where you are. Learn how to trust the right people.  Believe in yourself Jonalyn, a domestic helper, believes many people look down on OFWs. However, she said that being an OFW is both an honor and a responsibility.  For instance, being a domestic helper does not make you less of a person. Your seemingly simple cooking ability as a domestic helper, if done with dedication, could make you a chef.  Do you really want to be an OFW? Think about it thoroughly Marie said choosing to become an OFW is one of the biggest decisions in her life. An aspiring OFW should really think and re-think about deciding to work overseas. One has to deal not only physical burden. Your emotional and mental strength will also be put to the test.  READ MORE: Recruiters With Delisted, Banned, Suspended, Revoked And Cancelled POEA Licenses 2018    List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    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
Do you really want to be an OFW? Think about it thoroughly
Marie said choosing to become an OFW is one of the biggest decisions in her life. An aspiring OFW should really think and re-think about deciding to work overseas. One has to deal not only physical burden. Your emotional and mental strength will also be put to the test.


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