Moving abroad comes with its own set of pros and cons.
Moving abroad, as with any major career decision, comes with its own set of pros and cons. But while home sickness, the lack of a strong support system, and a potentially higher cost of living all fall under the latter, a fresh
Say 'Sawasdee ka' to a change of scenery!
Thanks to a high demand for English-speaking teachers in Thailand, Filipinos have long been moving to our neighboring Southeast Asian nation to work as teachers-and along with it, enjoy high pay, low cost of living, and a fascinating cultural landscape.
She got in the prestigious Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme for 2018.
Anjenette "Chit" V. Lacson, 24, was born and raised in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat and studied and practiced as a teacher in Davao City, but thanks to the prestigious Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme, she now teaches English in Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan.
The Kuwaiti blogger posted a racist video about OFWs.
'Nag-joke lang ako, wala naman akong sinirang buhay.'
What seemed to be an innocent mother-daughter travel photo turned into a hotly-debated post when Alex Gonzaga captioned her Japan photo as, "Ang sabi nga nila: Japan, Japan sagot sa kahirapan!" Several netizens found offense in the caption and reacted
According to an annual report by Workabroad.ph.
These days, it seems like everyone wants to experience working and living abroad-even if it's just temporarily. The truth is, however, it's insanely competitive; the list of in-demand jobs is short and you'll have
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