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Since the early part of the 1900’s, migrating to rich and developed countries has always been one of the options of the Filipinos in seeking employment opportunities. The skill shortages in the United States in the 1920's, Canada and other European countries in the 1960’s, ushered to the exodus of the professional workers which included doctors, nurses and medical technicians to fill the gaps. A decade later saw the emergence of the overseas contract workers phenomenon, where large numbers of Filipinos left to work as laborers, construction workers, nannies, nurses and entertainers to fill in the labor shortages in rich and industrialized countries brought by the rapid economic growth and development. Continue Reading

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