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The standard of living in the Philippines

The standard of living in the Philippines


If there is one thing I am most proud about my people is their resiliency. Standing side by side to China or Japan, I admit that we’ve got a long way to go as far as economy and stable employment opportunities are concerned.

The standard of living in the Philippines of the 'konduktor' [conductor]


Mostly male, these guys take care of collecting bus and jeepney fare to issue tickets to passengers. Most conductors that work for bigger bus companies wear uniforms, thus, they can easily be spotted.

The standard of living in the Philippines of the 'barker'


Armed with their indefatigable vocal chords, these warriors are responsible for 'calling out'bus, jeepney ad FX passengers.

The standard of living in the Philippines of the shoeshine and 'sapatero' boys


For the shoeshine boys, work is simple: wait for somebody who’s wearing a dusty shoe and politely ask the owner to have them polished for a few bucks.

The standard of living in the Philippines of the key and rubberstamp maker

As the term itself applies, key makers main service thrust is to make keys especially duplicated ones.

The standard of living in the Philippines of the fish ball vendor


Obviously these people sell fish balls, a staple street delicacy in the Philippines. Not only that, they also sell chicken balls, squid balls,'tukneneng' [quail eggs], 'tokwa' [tofu] and hotdog in a stick.

The standard of living in the Philippines, cost and Working in Manila, Davao, Cebu, Laguna, Bacolod and Boracay


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