Member employer testimonial:

"..Some of our best employees have been Filipinos."

Craig Phillips
Managing Principal/Senior Vice President Lee & Associates-Commerce Inc.
Lee & Associates Commercial Real Estate Services

"We have been hiring Filipinos since 1987 and found them very honest, well disciplined, hard working and creative.. "

Mr. Salah Al Alawi
Managing Director
Al Hadi Engineering
P.O. Box 37448, Riffa
Kingdom of Bahrain


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One Nation, Overseas
By David Diamond
  Flexible, industrious, and frequently skilled, Filipinos are finding their way into unexpected niche markets. Nurses trained in the Philippines, for instance, are more likely to end up working elsewhere. Hospital recruiters from Norway and the UK travel to Manila to hire them. Likewise, American school districts having trouble attracting new teachers are discovering ample supply in the Philippines. Recruiters hop on a plane to Manila, where, in crowded hotel conference rooms, they handpick certified teachers, who are given crash courses in Georgia history or California politics before they arrive on US soil...
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April 2002, Extract from President Arroyo's speech

"We have to scout for jobs, even in foreign soil". - President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.

It was not the policy of the Philippine government to export labor, but if there is a demand, we have to screen those who would want to work abroad, Mrs. Arroyo said.

- source: April 13-19, 2002

American dream lives on in hearts of OFWs in HK

.. a study has shown that the US demand for teachers would balloon to two million in the next 10 years because fewer Americans are inclined to teach basic education.
She said US schools prefer to hire Filipinos because they have a good command of the English language and are "naturally caring and friendly."
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"We have Filipino workers" is a sign you’ll see in some shops and trucks in Saudi Arabia. The advertisement derives from the fact that Filipinos are highly skilled, hardworking and get along well with people.
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Vice President Teofisto Guingona, Jr.'s speech
Already in the United States there are job advertisements which say “preferably Filipinos.” In the Middle East, there was an article which states, if you want a job done, hire a Filipino.
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