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The Job is On the Street

This is not a promotion of one of the many popular web-based job hiring companies. But on a literal sense, the job on this case is actually patrolling the streets of Metro Manila to tell everyone that the job is just there waiting to be grabbed. In 2010, the government reported that the country has a 7.4% unemployment rate. This data placed Philippines on the 105th rank out of the 196 countries surveyed for the highest to lowest unemployment rate. United States is just two ranks away from the Philippines, being 107th with 7.2%. 

On the Photo: Passenger Bus Advertising Jobstreet, a Popular Web-Base Job Hiring Company 


Not too bad with regard to the position of the country when it comes to unemployment. In fact, according to Jobstreet, they are now serving over 3 million Filipinos. Regardless of the compensation or salary being given, the labor force of the country is not only bringing life to the economy but also feeding as well their own families.

Technically speaking, there are really many organizations who are aiming to give quality jobs for many Filipinos. There are agencies who are after jobs abroad. There are some who offers home-based jobs. Also, the common walk-in application system is still there serving the many job haunters. Filipinos are well known to be industrious, able to understand and speak the English language and has a sense of focus and dedication to whatever job it would be. There are millions of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) many of them of whom are in the line of domestic assistance jobs. There are as well many professionals and their number is undeniably a big help to the economy of the countries they are serving.

On the Photo: The Busy Streets of Manila, Philippines


Unemployment may not go down to zero. But if the government, business organizations, multi-national companies and even the NGO's will work together more, then the Philippines will certainly proves that jobs are really just there on the street.

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