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Monday, August 27, 2018

OFWs Shares Secrets Of Their Successful Reintegration

In order to earn more and be successful, many Filipinos try their luck in finding jobs abroad thinking that it might be their best shot or it could be the biggest break they are waiting for. But do you know that there are overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have found success just after they decided to come back and stay in the country for good? Yes. This only proves that working abroad is not a guarantee that you will be successful, likewise, staying in your country does not always mean that you cannot give the life that you desire for your family.
If you are already working abroad, the best thing to do is to start saving even a small amount for your retirement as early as today.
You can also seek assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department Of Labor And Employment (DOLE), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority  (TESDA) and other government offices concerning OFWs.

In order to earn more and be successful, many Filipinos try their luck in finding jobs abroad thinking that it might be their best shot or it could be the biggest break they are waiting for. But do you know that there are overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have found success just after they decided to come back and stay in the country for good? Yes. This only proves that working abroad is not a guarantee that you will be successful, likewise, staying in your country does not always mean that you cannot give the life that you desire for your family.  If you are already working abroad, the best thing to do is to start saving even a small amount for your retirement as early as today.  You can also seek assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department Of Labor And Employment (DOLE), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority  (TESDA) and other government offices concerning OFWs.        Advertisement  For a successful reintegration, OFWs must conquer their fear and fight their negative thoughts. In order to succeed, according to Myrna, a former OFW in Hong Kong who a CEO and President of a company based in Davao City, you must not fear about failure. In failing, the success will start because there is where learning begins.   For Kenneth Carredo, a former IT specialist in Thailand who is now a franchise owner of a leading spa massage chain in the country, coming home strengthens family ties even more compared to working away from them for a long period of time just to earn. Now he can give them what they want and most of all, a precious time together while earning.      Ads   Most OFWs are being tied off just wanting to earn bigger monthly income by working abroad. What they do not realize is that thay can actually earn as much or even better if they will start to maximize hat they earn while working abroad and make an investment or savings that will enable them to put up their own business and earn should they decide to finally come home for good. One Crown Plaza in Guagua, Pampanga is owned by a former OFW who was working in Saudi Arabia as an assistant comptroller.   Miguel Bolos said that you must start learning about the business you want to put up not when you decided to go home for good but while you are still abroad. Do not waste your time and effort, instead, you must maximize your time in taking every opportunity to earn. That is how he found success.  For Irma Bueno, a former domestic worker in Hong Kong, regular communication with the family is important. She left her 11-month old baby to work abroad and on her first vacation, her kid was already 3 years old. When she arrived, her kid did not recognize her at all. It is sad that while she was doing the sacrifice of leaving her family behind and taking care of someone else's kids, her own kid does not know her. So she decided to stay and do business together with other OFWs.    Ronelyn Achacoso suffered abuse and maltreatment in Brunei. She picked herself up from the tragic experience and never worked overseas again. She is now the owner of Nelyn's handicraft which allows her to earn handsomely while enjoying the comfort of her home country away from the harm she went through in her former overseas job.  Putting up a business can be full of ups and downs but Ronelyn reminds the OFWs not to be discouraged.    Bong Clavel, a former boilermaker said that the success of his business depended on honesty and integrity. Considered as one of the largest businessmen in Alabel, Saranggani, he said that the secret is treating the customers and his workers well.    After working for 20 years as an engineer in Saudi Arabia, Antonio Ranque decided to come home for good and be a part of a cooperative which provide homes for the poor people. His advocacy is to extend help to people through cooperative.    Ads  There are many success stories of reintegration among the OFWs. The most important thing is that do not be afraid to come back and put up your business. you need to have a plan from the very first day of your deployment abroad. when the time is right and you have saved enough, its time to go home. you wouldn't want to spend  your time away from your family and just come back when you are old and cannot enjoy life anymore. It is better to enjoy life with your family and loved ones.   Filed under Filipino, OFW, success, jobs abroad, retirement, OWWA, DOLE, TESDA,    READ More:  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.   What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO

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For a successful reintegration, OFWs must conquer their fear and fight their negative thoughts. In order to succeed, according to Myrna, a former OFW in Hong Kong who a CEO and President of a company based in Davao City, you must not fear about failure. In failing, the success will start because there is where learning begins.
In order to earn more and be successful, many Filipinos try their luck in finding jobs abroad thinking that it might be their best shot or it could be the biggest break they are waiting for. But do you know that there are overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have found success just after they decided to come back and stay in the country for good? Yes. This only proves that working abroad is not a guarantee that you will be successful, likewise, staying in your country does not always mean that you cannot give the life that you desire for your family.  If you are already working abroad, the best thing to do is to start saving even a small amount for your retirement as early as today.  You can also seek assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department Of Labor And Employment (DOLE), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority  (TESDA) and other government offices concerning OFWs.        Advertisement  For a successful reintegration, OFWs must conquer their fear and fight their negative thoughts. In order to succeed, according to Myrna, a former OFW in Hong Kong who a CEO and President of a company based in Davao City, you must not fear about failure. In failing, the success will start because there is where learning begins.   For Kenneth Carredo, a former IT specialist in Thailand who is now a franchise owner of a leading spa massage chain in the country, coming home strengthens family ties even more compared to working away from them for a long period of time just to earn. Now he can give them what they want and most of all, a precious time together while earning.      Ads   Most OFWs are being tied off just wanting to earn bigger monthly income by working abroad. What they do not realize is that thay can actually earn as much or even better if they will start to maximize hat they earn while working abroad and make an investment or savings that will enable them to put up their own business and earn should they decide to finally come home for good. One Crown Plaza in Guagua, Pampanga is owned by a former OFW who was working in Saudi Arabia as an assistant comptroller.   Miguel Bolos said that you must start learning about the business you want to put up not when you decided to go home for good but while you are still abroad. Do not waste your time and effort, instead, you must maximize your time in taking every opportunity to earn. That is how he found success.  For Irma Bueno, a former domestic worker in Hong Kong, regular communication with the family is important. She left her 11-month old baby to work abroad and on her first vacation, her kid was already 3 years old. When she arrived, her kid did not recognize her at all. It is sad that while she was doing the sacrifice of leaving her family behind and taking care of someone else's kids, her own kid does not know her. So she decided to stay and do business together with other OFWs.    Ronelyn Achacoso suffered abuse and maltreatment in Brunei. She picked herself up from the tragic experience and never worked overseas again. She is now the owner of Nelyn's handicraft which allows her to earn handsomely while enjoying the comfort of her home country away from the harm she went through in her former overseas job.  Putting up a business can be full of ups and downs but Ronelyn reminds the OFWs not to be discouraged.    Bong Clavel, a former boilermaker said that the success of his business depended on honesty and integrity. Considered as one of the largest businessmen in Alabel, Saranggani, he said that the secret is treating the customers and his workers well.    After working for 20 years as an engineer in Saudi Arabia, Antonio Ranque decided to come home for good and be a part of a cooperative which provide homes for the poor people. His advocacy is to extend help to people through cooperative.    Ads  There are many success stories of reintegration among the OFWs. The most important thing is that do not be afraid to come back and put up your business. you need to have a plan from the very first day of your deployment abroad. when the time is right and you have saved enough, its time to go home. you wouldn't want to spend  your time away from your family and just come back when you are old and cannot enjoy life anymore. It is better to enjoy life with your family and loved ones.   Filed under Filipino, OFW, success, jobs abroad, retirement, OWWA, DOLE, TESDA,    READ More:  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.   What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO
For Kenneth Carredo, a former IT specialist in Thailand who is now a franchise owner of a leading spa massage chain in the country, coming home strengthens family ties even more compared to working away from them for a long period of time just to earn. Now he can give them what they want and most of all, a precious time together while earning.
In order to earn more and be successful, many Filipinos try their luck in finding jobs abroad thinking that it might be their best shot or it could be the biggest break they are waiting for. But do you know that there are overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have found success just after they decided to come back and stay in the country for good? Yes. This only proves that working abroad is not a guarantee that you will be successful, likewise, staying in your country does not always mean that you cannot give the life that you desire for your family.  If you are already working abroad, the best thing to do is to start saving even a small amount for your retirement as early as today.  You can also seek assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department Of Labor And Employment (DOLE), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority  (TESDA) and other government offices concerning OFWs.        Advertisement  For a successful reintegration, OFWs must conquer their fear and fight their negative thoughts. In order to succeed, according to Myrna, a former OFW in Hong Kong who a CEO and President of a company based in Davao City, you must not fear about failure. In failing, the success will start because there is where learning begins.   For Kenneth Carredo, a former IT specialist in Thailand who is now a franchise owner of a leading spa massage chain in the country, coming home strengthens family ties even more compared to working away from them for a long period of time just to earn. Now he can give them what they want and most of all, a precious time together while earning.      Ads   Most OFWs are being tied off just wanting to earn bigger monthly income by working abroad. What they do not realize is that thay can actually earn as much or even better if they will start to maximize hat they earn while working abroad and make an investment or savings that will enable them to put up their own business and earn should they decide to finally come home for good. One Crown Plaza in Guagua, Pampanga is owned by a former OFW who was working in Saudi Arabia as an assistant comptroller.   Miguel Bolos said that you must start learning about the business you want to put up not when you decided to go home for good but while you are still abroad. Do not waste your time and effort, instead, you must maximize your time in taking every opportunity to earn. That is how he found success.  For Irma Bueno, a former domestic worker in Hong Kong, regular communication with the family is important. She left her 11-month old baby to work abroad and on her first vacation, her kid was already 3 years old. When she arrived, her kid did not recognize her at all. It is sad that while she was doing the sacrifice of leaving her family behind and taking care of someone else's kids, her own kid does not know her. So she decided to stay and do business together with other OFWs.    Ronelyn Achacoso suffered abuse and maltreatment in Brunei. She picked herself up from the tragic experience and never worked overseas again. She is now the owner of Nelyn's handicraft which allows her to earn handsomely while enjoying the comfort of her home country away from the harm she went through in her former overseas job.  Putting up a business can be full of ups and downs but Ronelyn reminds the OFWs not to be discouraged.    Bong Clavel, a former boilermaker said that the success of his business depended on honesty and integrity. Considered as one of the largest businessmen in Alabel, Saranggani, he said that the secret is treating the customers and his workers well.    After working for 20 years as an engineer in Saudi Arabia, Antonio Ranque decided to come home for good and be a part of a cooperative which provide homes for the poor people. His advocacy is to extend help to people through cooperative.    Ads  There are many success stories of reintegration among the OFWs. The most important thing is that do not be afraid to come back and put up your business. you need to have a plan from the very first day of your deployment abroad. when the time is right and you have saved enough, its time to go home. you wouldn't want to spend  your time away from your family and just come back when you are old and cannot enjoy life anymore. It is better to enjoy life with your family and loved ones.   Filed under Filipino, OFW, success, jobs abroad, retirement, OWWA, DOLE, TESDA,    READ More:  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.   What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO

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Most OFWs are being tied off just wanting to earn bigger monthly income by working abroad. What they do not realize is that thay can actually earn as much or even better if they will start to maximize hat they earn while working abroad and make an investment or savings that will enable them to put up their own business and earn should they decide to finally come home for good.
One Crown Plaza in Guagua, Pampanga is owned by a former OFW who was working in Saudi Arabia as an assistant comptroller.
In order to earn more and be successful, many Filipinos try their luck in finding jobs abroad thinking that it might be their best shot or it could be the biggest break they are waiting for. But do you know that there are overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have found success just after they decided to come back and stay in the country for good? Yes. This only proves that working abroad is not a guarantee that you will be successful, likewise, staying in your country does not always mean that you cannot give the life that you desire for your family.  If you are already working abroad, the best thing to do is to start saving even a small amount for your retirement as early as today.  You can also seek assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department Of Labor And Employment (DOLE), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority  (TESDA) and other government offices concerning OFWs.        Advertisement  For a successful reintegration, OFWs must conquer their fear and fight their negative thoughts. In order to succeed, according to Myrna, a former OFW in Hong Kong who a CEO and President of a company based in Davao City, you must not fear about failure. In failing, the success will start because there is where learning begins.   For Kenneth Carredo, a former IT specialist in Thailand who is now a franchise owner of a leading spa massage chain in the country, coming home strengthens family ties even more compared to working away from them for a long period of time just to earn. Now he can give them what they want and most of all, a precious time together while earning.      Ads   Most OFWs are being tied off just wanting to earn bigger monthly income by working abroad. What they do not realize is that thay can actually earn as much or even better if they will start to maximize hat they earn while working abroad and make an investment or savings that will enable them to put up their own business and earn should they decide to finally come home for good. One Crown Plaza in Guagua, Pampanga is owned by a former OFW who was working in Saudi Arabia as an assistant comptroller.   Miguel Bolos said that you must start learning about the business you want to put up not when you decided to go home for good but while you are still abroad. Do not waste your time and effort, instead, you must maximize your time in taking every opportunity to earn. That is how he found success.  For Irma Bueno, a former domestic worker in Hong Kong, regular communication with the family is important. She left her 11-month old baby to work abroad and on her first vacation, her kid was already 3 years old. When she arrived, her kid did not recognize her at all. It is sad that while she was doing the sacrifice of leaving her family behind and taking care of someone else's kids, her own kid does not know her. So she decided to stay and do business together with other OFWs.    Ronelyn Achacoso suffered abuse and maltreatment in Brunei. She picked herself up from the tragic experience and never worked overseas again. She is now the owner of Nelyn's handicraft which allows her to earn handsomely while enjoying the comfort of her home country away from the harm she went through in her former overseas job.  Putting up a business can be full of ups and downs but Ronelyn reminds the OFWs not to be discouraged.    Bong Clavel, a former boilermaker said that the success of his business depended on honesty and integrity. Considered as one of the largest businessmen in Alabel, Saranggani, he said that the secret is treating the customers and his workers well.    After working for 20 years as an engineer in Saudi Arabia, Antonio Ranque decided to come home for good and be a part of a cooperative which provide homes for the poor people. His advocacy is to extend help to people through cooperative.    Ads  There are many success stories of reintegration among the OFWs. The most important thing is that do not be afraid to come back and put up your business. you need to have a plan from the very first day of your deployment abroad. when the time is right and you have saved enough, its time to go home. you wouldn't want to spend  your time away from your family and just come back when you are old and cannot enjoy life anymore. It is better to enjoy life with your family and loved ones.   Filed under Filipino, OFW, success, jobs abroad, retirement, OWWA, DOLE, TESDA,    READ More:  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.   What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO
Miguel Bolos said that you must start learning about the business you want to put up not when you decided to go home for good but while you are still abroad. Do not waste your time and effort, instead, you must maximize your time in taking every opportunity to earn. That is how he found success.

For Irma Bueno, a former domestic worker in Hong Kong, regular communication with the family is important. She left her 11-month old baby to work abroad and on her first vacation, her kid was already 3 years old. When she arrived, her kid did not recognize her at all. It is sad that while she was doing the sacrifice of leaving her family behind and taking care of someone else's kids, her own kid does not know her. So she decided to stay and do business together with other OFWs.
In order to earn more and be successful, many Filipinos try their luck in finding jobs abroad thinking that it might be their best shot or it could be the biggest break they are waiting for. But do you know that there are overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have found success just after they decided to come back and stay in the country for good? Yes. This only proves that working abroad is not a guarantee that you will be successful, likewise, staying in your country does not always mean that you cannot give the life that you desire for your family.  If you are already working abroad, the best thing to do is to start saving even a small amount for your retirement as early as today.  You can also seek assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department Of Labor And Employment (DOLE), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority  (TESDA) and other government offices concerning OFWs.        Advertisement  For a successful reintegration, OFWs must conquer their fear and fight their negative thoughts. In order to succeed, according to Myrna, a former OFW in Hong Kong who a CEO and President of a company based in Davao City, you must not fear about failure. In failing, the success will start because there is where learning begins.   For Kenneth Carredo, a former IT specialist in Thailand who is now a franchise owner of a leading spa massage chain in the country, coming home strengthens family ties even more compared to working away from them for a long period of time just to earn. Now he can give them what they want and most of all, a precious time together while earning.      Ads   Most OFWs are being tied off just wanting to earn bigger monthly income by working abroad. What they do not realize is that thay can actually earn as much or even better if they will start to maximize hat they earn while working abroad and make an investment or savings that will enable them to put up their own business and earn should they decide to finally come home for good. One Crown Plaza in Guagua, Pampanga is owned by a former OFW who was working in Saudi Arabia as an assistant comptroller.   Miguel Bolos said that you must start learning about the business you want to put up not when you decided to go home for good but while you are still abroad. Do not waste your time and effort, instead, you must maximize your time in taking every opportunity to earn. That is how he found success.  For Irma Bueno, a former domestic worker in Hong Kong, regular communication with the family is important. She left her 11-month old baby to work abroad and on her first vacation, her kid was already 3 years old. When she arrived, her kid did not recognize her at all. It is sad that while she was doing the sacrifice of leaving her family behind and taking care of someone else's kids, her own kid does not know her. So she decided to stay and do business together with other OFWs.    Ronelyn Achacoso suffered abuse and maltreatment in Brunei. She picked herself up from the tragic experience and never worked overseas again. She is now the owner of Nelyn's handicraft which allows her to earn handsomely while enjoying the comfort of her home country away from the harm she went through in her former overseas job.  Putting up a business can be full of ups and downs but Ronelyn reminds the OFWs not to be discouraged.    Bong Clavel, a former boilermaker said that the success of his business depended on honesty and integrity. Considered as one of the largest businessmen in Alabel, Saranggani, he said that the secret is treating the customers and his workers well.    After working for 20 years as an engineer in Saudi Arabia, Antonio Ranque decided to come home for good and be a part of a cooperative which provide homes for the poor people. His advocacy is to extend help to people through cooperative.    Ads  There are many success stories of reintegration among the OFWs. The most important thing is that do not be afraid to come back and put up your business. you need to have a plan from the very first day of your deployment abroad. when the time is right and you have saved enough, its time to go home. you wouldn't want to spend  your time away from your family and just come back when you are old and cannot enjoy life anymore. It is better to enjoy life with your family and loved ones.   Filed under Filipino, OFW, success, jobs abroad, retirement, OWWA, DOLE, TESDA,    READ More:  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.   What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO

Ronelyn Achacoso suffered abuse and maltreatment in Brunei. She picked herself up from the tragic experience and never worked overseas again. She is now the owner of Nelyn's handicraft which allows her to earn handsomely while enjoying the comfort of her home country away from the harm she went through in her former overseas job.
Putting up a business can be full of ups and downs but Ronelyn reminds the OFWs not to be discouraged.
In order to earn more and be successful, many Filipinos try their luck in finding jobs abroad thinking that it might be their best shot or it could be the biggest break they are waiting for. But do you know that there are overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have found success just after they decided to come back and stay in the country for good? Yes. This only proves that working abroad is not a guarantee that you will be successful, likewise, staying in your country does not always mean that you cannot give the life that you desire for your family.  If you are already working abroad, the best thing to do is to start saving even a small amount for your retirement as early as today.  You can also seek assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department Of Labor And Employment (DOLE), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority  (TESDA) and other government offices concerning OFWs.        Advertisement  For a successful reintegration, OFWs must conquer their fear and fight their negative thoughts. In order to succeed, according to Myrna, a former OFW in Hong Kong who a CEO and President of a company based in Davao City, you must not fear about failure. In failing, the success will start because there is where learning begins.   For Kenneth Carredo, a former IT specialist in Thailand who is now a franchise owner of a leading spa massage chain in the country, coming home strengthens family ties even more compared to working away from them for a long period of time just to earn. Now he can give them what they want and most of all, a precious time together while earning.      Ads   Most OFWs are being tied off just wanting to earn bigger monthly income by working abroad. What they do not realize is that thay can actually earn as much or even better if they will start to maximize hat they earn while working abroad and make an investment or savings that will enable them to put up their own business and earn should they decide to finally come home for good. One Crown Plaza in Guagua, Pampanga is owned by a former OFW who was working in Saudi Arabia as an assistant comptroller.   Miguel Bolos said that you must start learning about the business you want to put up not when you decided to go home for good but while you are still abroad. Do not waste your time and effort, instead, you must maximize your time in taking every opportunity to earn. That is how he found success.  For Irma Bueno, a former domestic worker in Hong Kong, regular communication with the family is important. She left her 11-month old baby to work abroad and on her first vacation, her kid was already 3 years old. When she arrived, her kid did not recognize her at all. It is sad that while she was doing the sacrifice of leaving her family behind and taking care of someone else's kids, her own kid does not know her. So she decided to stay and do business together with other OFWs.    Ronelyn Achacoso suffered abuse and maltreatment in Brunei. She picked herself up from the tragic experience and never worked overseas again. She is now the owner of Nelyn's handicraft which allows her to earn handsomely while enjoying the comfort of her home country away from the harm she went through in her former overseas job.  Putting up a business can be full of ups and downs but Ronelyn reminds the OFWs not to be discouraged.    Bong Clavel, a former boilermaker said that the success of his business depended on honesty and integrity. Considered as one of the largest businessmen in Alabel, Saranggani, he said that the secret is treating the customers and his workers well.    After working for 20 years as an engineer in Saudi Arabia, Antonio Ranque decided to come home for good and be a part of a cooperative which provide homes for the poor people. His advocacy is to extend help to people through cooperative.    Ads  There are many success stories of reintegration among the OFWs. The most important thing is that do not be afraid to come back and put up your business. you need to have a plan from the very first day of your deployment abroad. when the time is right and you have saved enough, its time to go home. you wouldn't want to spend  your time away from your family and just come back when you are old and cannot enjoy life anymore. It is better to enjoy life with your family and loved ones.   Filed under Filipino, OFW, success, jobs abroad, retirement, OWWA, DOLE, TESDA,    READ More:  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.   What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO
Bong Clavel, a former boilermaker said that the success of his business depended on honesty and integrity. Considered as one of the largest businessmen in Alabel, Sarangani, he said that the secret is treating the customers and his workers well.
In order to earn more and be successful, many Filipinos try their luck in finding jobs abroad thinking that it might be their best shot or it could be the biggest break they are waiting for. But do you know that there are overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have found success just after they decided to come back and stay in the country for good? Yes. This only proves that working abroad is not a guarantee that you will be successful, likewise, staying in your country does not always mean that you cannot give the life that you desire for your family.  If you are already working abroad, the best thing to do is to start saving even a small amount for your retirement as early as today.  You can also seek assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department Of Labor And Employment (DOLE), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority  (TESDA) and other government offices concerning OFWs.        Advertisement  For a successful reintegration, OFWs must conquer their fear and fight their negative thoughts. In order to succeed, according to Myrna, a former OFW in Hong Kong who a CEO and President of a company based in Davao City, you must not fear about failure. In failing, the success will start because there is where learning begins.   For Kenneth Carredo, a former IT specialist in Thailand who is now a franchise owner of a leading spa massage chain in the country, coming home strengthens family ties even more compared to working away from them for a long period of time just to earn. Now he can give them what they want and most of all, a precious time together while earning.      Ads   Most OFWs are being tied off just wanting to earn bigger monthly income by working abroad. What they do not realize is that thay can actually earn as much or even better if they will start to maximize hat they earn while working abroad and make an investment or savings that will enable them to put up their own business and earn should they decide to finally come home for good. One Crown Plaza in Guagua, Pampanga is owned by a former OFW who was working in Saudi Arabia as an assistant comptroller.   Miguel Bolos said that you must start learning about the business you want to put up not when you decided to go home for good but while you are still abroad. Do not waste your time and effort, instead, you must maximize your time in taking every opportunity to earn. That is how he found success.  For Irma Bueno, a former domestic worker in Hong Kong, regular communication with the family is important. She left her 11-month old baby to work abroad and on her first vacation, her kid was already 3 years old. When she arrived, her kid did not recognize her at all. It is sad that while she was doing the sacrifice of leaving her family behind and taking care of someone else's kids, her own kid does not know her. So she decided to stay and do business together with other OFWs.    Ronelyn Achacoso suffered abuse and maltreatment in Brunei. She picked herself up from the tragic experience and never worked overseas again. She is now the owner of Nelyn's handicraft which allows her to earn handsomely while enjoying the comfort of her home country away from the harm she went through in her former overseas job.  Putting up a business can be full of ups and downs but Ronelyn reminds the OFWs not to be discouraged.    Bong Clavel, a former boilermaker said that the success of his business depended on honesty and integrity. Considered as one of the largest businessmen in Alabel, Saranggani, he said that the secret is treating the customers and his workers well.    After working for 20 years as an engineer in Saudi Arabia, Antonio Ranque decided to come home for good and be a part of a cooperative which provide homes for the poor people. His advocacy is to extend help to people through cooperative.    Ads  There are many success stories of reintegration among the OFWs. The most important thing is that do not be afraid to come back and put up your business. you need to have a plan from the very first day of your deployment abroad. when the time is right and you have saved enough, its time to go home. you wouldn't want to spend  your time away from your family and just come back when you are old and cannot enjoy life anymore. It is better to enjoy life with your family and loved ones.   Filed under Filipino, OFW, success, jobs abroad, retirement, OWWA, DOLE, TESDA,    READ More:  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.   What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO
After working for 20 years as an engineer in Saudi Arabia, Antonio Ranque decided to come home for good and be a part of a cooperative which provide homes for the poor people. His advocacy is to extend help to people through cooperative.
In order to earn more and be successful, many Filipinos try their luck in finding jobs abroad thinking that it might be their best shot or it could be the biggest break they are waiting for. But do you know that there are overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have found success just after they decided to come back and stay in the country for good? Yes. This only proves that working abroad is not a guarantee that you will be successful, likewise, staying in your country does not always mean that you cannot give the life that you desire for your family.  If you are already working abroad, the best thing to do is to start saving even a small amount for your retirement as early as today.  You can also seek assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department Of Labor And Employment (DOLE), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority  (TESDA) and other government offices concerning OFWs.        Advertisement  For a successful reintegration, OFWs must conquer their fear and fight their negative thoughts. In order to succeed, according to Myrna, a former OFW in Hong Kong who a CEO and President of a company based in Davao City, you must not fear about failure. In failing, the success will start because there is where learning begins.   For Kenneth Carredo, a former IT specialist in Thailand who is now a franchise owner of a leading spa massage chain in the country, coming home strengthens family ties even more compared to working away from them for a long period of time just to earn. Now he can give them what they want and most of all, a precious time together while earning.      Ads   Most OFWs are being tied off just wanting to earn bigger monthly income by working abroad. What they do not realize is that thay can actually earn as much or even better if they will start to maximize hat they earn while working abroad and make an investment or savings that will enable them to put up their own business and earn should they decide to finally come home for good. One Crown Plaza in Guagua, Pampanga is owned by a former OFW who was working in Saudi Arabia as an assistant comptroller.   Miguel Bolos said that you must start learning about the business you want to put up not when you decided to go home for good but while you are still abroad. Do not waste your time and effort, instead, you must maximize your time in taking every opportunity to earn. That is how he found success.  For Irma Bueno, a former domestic worker in Hong Kong, regular communication with the family is important. She left her 11-month old baby to work abroad and on her first vacation, her kid was already 3 years old. When she arrived, her kid did not recognize her at all. It is sad that while she was doing the sacrifice of leaving her family behind and taking care of someone else's kids, her own kid does not know her. So she decided to stay and do business together with other OFWs.    Ronelyn Achacoso suffered abuse and maltreatment in Brunei. She picked herself up from the tragic experience and never worked overseas again. She is now the owner of Nelyn's handicraft which allows her to earn handsomely while enjoying the comfort of her home country away from the harm she went through in her former overseas job.  Putting up a business can be full of ups and downs but Ronelyn reminds the OFWs not to be discouraged.    Bong Clavel, a former boilermaker said that the success of his business depended on honesty and integrity. Considered as one of the largest businessmen in Alabel, Saranggani, he said that the secret is treating the customers and his workers well.    After working for 20 years as an engineer in Saudi Arabia, Antonio Ranque decided to come home for good and be a part of a cooperative which provide homes for the poor people. His advocacy is to extend help to people through cooperative.    Ads  There are many success stories of reintegration among the OFWs. The most important thing is that do not be afraid to come back and put up your business. you need to have a plan from the very first day of your deployment abroad. when the time is right and you have saved enough, its time to go home. you wouldn't want to spend  your time away from your family and just come back when you are old and cannot enjoy life anymore. It is better to enjoy life with your family and loved ones.   Filed under Filipino, OFW, success, jobs abroad, retirement, OWWA, DOLE, TESDA,    READ More:  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.   What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.  ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO
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There are many success stories of reintegration among the OFWs. The most important thing is that do not be afraid to come back and put up your business. you need to have a plan from the very first day of your deployment abroad. when the time is right and you have saved enough, its time to go home. you wouldn't want to spend your time away from your family and just come back when you are old and cannot enjoy life anymore. It is better to enjoy life with your family and loved ones.
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What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.
What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.
What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.
What is the main reason why many Filipinos decided to leave their beloved family behind and work abroad? It is to earn more in order to be able to give their family the best possible future they can give. To buy the things they need, to have their own house to call their home, etc. The overseas Filipino workers  (OFW) are usually breadwinners supporting even their extended families as well. The remittances the OFWs send to their loved ones used to be enough to pay their bills, mortgages and even a little extra for them to go to the mall and enjoy. Today, the families of the OFWs are experiencing difficulty in stretching their budget for the whole month due to the high prices of everything. From basic commodities, transport fares, school supplies, etc.        Advertisement  Godofredo's wife is an OFW in Malaysia. She needed to work there because the family cannot rely on his salary as a "barangay tanod" alone. They use the remittances they receive from his OFW wife for the education of their children, while his salary from his local job is used to pay their electric and water bills.   Gina also experienced difficulty in making ends meet and forced to transfer her children to a public school because the remittances sent by her OFW husband is not enough anymore for their expenses.  The remittances sent by OFWs abroad is considered the redeeming grace for the Philippine economy by helping stabilize the country's dollar reserve.    Ads   The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that the OFW remittances had been slowing down and this year was the slowest flow of cash remittances in the past seventeen years. It is due to the repatriation program of the government, according to the BSP.  From $13.8 Billion from January to June last year, OFW remittances had slightly gone up to $14.2 Billion at the same period this year.  The government said headline inflation rate went up to 4.6 % in May as compared to 2.9%  last year mainly caused by price increases in fish and seafood, fuel, lubricants, bread, and cereals. Average inflation at 4.1 %, higher than the government’s 2 - 4 % target for 2018. Due to the price hike, OFWs are encouraged to send at least 20% more of their usual remittance for their family to cope up with the experienced inflation, at least until the prices stabilized.    Ads  While OFWs do their best to provide for heir family back home, the latter also need to learn to value their sacrifices and hardships by spending the remittances wisely. It is important for them to know how to spend the remittances wisely as a way of helping their beloved OFW.
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