“The Philippines is recognised globally as one of the largest English-speaking nations with majority of its population having at least some degree of fluency in the language. English has always been one of the official languages of the Philippines and is spoken by more than 14 million Filipinos. It is the language of commerce and law, as well as the primary medium of instruction in education.” – The British Council
The Philippines belongs to the 78 percent of respondents who agreed that receiving higher education is important,” Nielsen Philippines Managing Director Stewart Jamieson said in a statement. “Although the cost to education can be prohibitive, Filipinos strive to allocate money for education more importantly now that the pace of technological change is creating new opportunities and presenting new challenges for today’s children.
Republic Act No. 10173, otherwise known as the Data Privacy Act of 2012, is one formidable piece of legislation. Its application encompasses all walks of business, from the banking and finance sector, to labor and human resources, schools, and even non-profit organisations. This is of course not to say that the Data Privacy Act of 2012 finds no application to individuals and citizens. On the contrary, the units of information supplied by individuals and citizens in the Philippines comprise the whole, which the Data Privacy Act of 2012 protects. – GOV.PH
This competitive advantage is quite evident at the professional level, where a big number of the Philippine workforce are, at about 40 percent of the entire workforce. While our strength is at the professional level, this can also be our weakest link. It is at this level where we lose them to overseas jobs—i.e., engineers, software developers, nurses—since other Asean companies can easily attract them with higher salaries – INQUIRER.NET
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