Almost everyone I have spoken with say that the Philippines is not yet ready to accept divorce. I disagree, and think that we actually need a divorce law. Here are five reasons why.
Let’s be honest for a second: for a lot of Filipinos, working in the call center industry carries a bit of stigma, mostly because of these silly ingrained ideas we keep on what “good” jobs are (as opposed to a “bad” one I guess). In fact, a lot of people would say that people become call center agents because they “sold out” (whatever that means) or because they’re “not good enough” to find work in another industry. Let me just say those are stupid misconceptions, and it would be fair to assume that working in this industry is pretty much like working in any other industry, except you take a lot more calls. In any case, in this article, we’re giving you five reasons why you should be proud of working in the Philippines’ booming call center industry and why you shouldn’t listen to the haters.
Because we’re tired of hearing people say that they’ve become apathetic to the plight of Filipinos, we’ve listed down 72 ways everyone can help to make the Philippines a better place to live in. Hopefully, this little exercise on guilt-tripping can shake off a little bit of that apathy.