OFWs in Saudi beg PH government for help

OFWs in Saudi beg PH government for help

- A video showing the poor situation of Overseas Filipino Workers in Saudi Arabia has gone viral on social media recently

- The video features the situation of stranded OFWs in Saudi who are begging for help from the government

- The video which was uploaded on Facebook now has thousands of shares from concerned netizens who wanted to reach the authorities to respond to the concerns of the OFWs

Governments of developing countries struggle internally when it comes to making sure that people have decent jobs.

Take the situation of the Philippines for example. While multi-national corporations in the country constantly look for employees, the unemployment rate is still high.

This could be attributed to a lot of factors.

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OFWs in Saudi beg PH government for help

This is what their situation is. Photo from fb.com

One of the most common reason is the job-mismatch, that is to say that one’s skills and educational background are not suited to the demand of employees.

As a result, many people work jobs that are not related to their degree programs or skill sets. In some cases, Filipinos are forced to go abroad and seek for better opportunities.

Working abroad however isn’t easy, apart from you will be away from your family for a long time, the dangers of working in an unknown place is also unpredictable. Take this story as an example.

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OFWs in Saudi beg PH government for help

This is really sad. Photo from fb.com

A video showing the poor situation of Overseas Filipino Workers in Saudi Arabia has gone viral on social media recently.

The video features the situation of stranded OFWs in Saudi who are begging for help from the government.

The video which was uploaded on Facebook now has thousands of shares from concerned netizens who wanted to reach the authorities to respond to the concerns of the OFWs.

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