The internet has Tons of information on losing jobs and closing businesses.
Also on the same medium (the internet) you will also find lots of opportunity for a job.
But which is which? Is there a reality on the negative side of businesses or reality on the positive side?
It is not a secret to everyone how hard it is to find a job, but harder it is to lose one.
In the Philippines finding a job becomes harder for graduates these days. Competition now is not only with the colleagues but also for the people who has jobs before and is not included in the job hunting list.
What's the better thing to do?
My business professor said
"Due to the prevailing business trends it is better to have your own
business than to find a job"
I think my professor is correct this time, better to set up a business.
But what business is right for you?
On our business brainstorming, we my colleagues have agree upon a business. By the guidance of our professor's advice, food is the center of our research. Food base business seems to be a good choice these days. The only question is where and how.
Trainings for the foreign country
Talking about brain drain, the government is offering trainings for the OFW who is reportedly a victim of the economic breakdown abroad. But the trainings is design to be use outside of the country.
Train and send ...
I can't help my self asking, why are we training for the other country?
A government official said that, we have newly graduate nurses every year despite of this some hospitals are reportedly under staff while other hospital are now close, no nurse to care for our sick. Not only are the nurses migrating to other part of the world but Doctors too. Pilipino Doctors are reportedly back to school, studying this time to become nurses and after graduate go abroad.