Outbound:a Migrant worker story

October 4, 2006 at 12:02 am Leave a comment

Ces Vitan did this story a few months back – its a classic tale on the world of the OFW and how they keep things towards family support while toiling so far from home.

A stroy many who work overseas or far from home can identify with….

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    Outbound

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    June 1st, 2006Around 3,000 Filipinos leave the country every day to work abroad. While government acknowledges that Overseas Filipino Workers are the prime movers of the economy, it is alarmed by the inevitability of a brain drain here at home. —Ces Vitan

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