Posted by Google News on Sunday, December 29, 2018 10:29:31It’s not just the new jobs, it’s the money too.
Women in the Philippines are making more money overseas, but many women are choosing to do so because of rising pay in the United States.
Many Filipinas, particularly those who are young and mobile, are increasingly choosing to travel to the US to work and live in relative luxury.
“I think the Philippines is the best place to live in the world right now, and the biggest difference is that you don’t have to pay taxes, you don.
You can go work and have a nice lifestyle in a really nice place,” said Kianne.
For some Filipinas and young women in particular, the lure of the American dream is too much to resist.
In recent years, Filipinas have had more than a decade to explore their own destinies.
As a result, there’s a significant number of Filipinas who choose to stay.
“You can be in the US for 15 years and not have any kind of financial independence, or a house, or your own car, or whatever, and you still have that option,” said Luzon-based accountant and financial planner, Luz Nal, who runs the Luzon Women’s Resource Center.
“You can have the opportunity to live anywhere you want and to work anywhere you like.”
Women, like many in the West, are becoming increasingly reliant on their husbands to pay the bills and to support them financially.
The US is the most generous country in the Americas, offering women a large number of tax breaks and other perks that often make it easier for women to make the move.
In the Philippines, the government is making the transition easier for many.
In 2017, the Philippines was ranked first in the global rankings of gender equality, according to the UN.
And women’s economic empowerment is one of the key achievements of President Rodrigo Duterte, who has been dubbed the “King of the Philippine Women” for his commitment to women’s rights.
“This is the biggest opportunity for women in the country right now because they have been able to move forward and live independently,” said Maria Risa Ruz, the director of the Institute for Women’s Development.
“Women have the most to gain.”
While women in China are earning more and making more overseas, in the developing world, the trend is similar.
While women in developed countries in general have the lowest rates of employment, there are still women who choose not to work in the developed world.
This can have a huge impact on their finances.
“In China, if you work as a domestic helper you have to cover your expenses and you have no pension, so if you want to make more money you have two options,” said Joanne, a 24-year-old Malaysian who lives in the Southeast Asian country of Singapore.
“Do your own thing, or take a job and then get a degree and then go back to China.”
Rizie, an Australian woman who was raised in the States, said she’s not particularly bothered by the challenges that her parents faced when she was young.
“My mom was a single mother and I was not allowed to go out, so I didn’t see a lot of friends or have any real social life, except when I was in the house or doing homework,” said Rizie.
“But I think I grew up pretty well and I have a lot to offer the world.”
Women in the middle of their careers are increasingly taking on more financial responsibilities, and are often the ones who need help paying for the essentials, such as housing and child care.
Many Filipinas are living in households with only one parent, which can create a lot more financial stress for a woman.
“As a single parent you don