Reasons Why I Love Working in my Country, Philippines
In fact, jobseekers enjoy the perks of living here in the Philippines due to available numerous high-paying jobs which do not necessarily require degree-holder applicants and college graduates. Most of the said generous paying jobs are IT-related specializations.
Here are some of the highest paying jobs, which were almost in the IT Industry, here in the country that you might want to consider:
- WEB DEVELOPER, SOFTWARE DEVELOPER – those with four-year experience are getting an average salary of above P38,000.00 a month in the Junior Executives and employee level. This includes web developer, software developer and system administrators.
- ANALYSTS, IT PROJECT DEVELOPER and SENIOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER – those with five years or more years of experience are getting paid with an average of P86,550.00 a month. This includes managers and assistant managers. A job analyst said during a press briefing that most of the highest paying jobs in the managerial levels are mostly in the business process outsourcing (BPO) sector. This job titles cover a larger scope. In fact, this is the most in-demand industry today.
- JUNIOR EXECUTIVES IN LEGAL SERVICES, ACTUARIAL STATISTICS, CUSTOMER SERVICE and TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT – these job titles are receiving P27,000.00 to P30,324.00) a month. This includes supervisor positions.
- MANAGERS AND ASSISTANT MANAGERS IN CORPORATE STRATEGY, ACTUARIAL STATISTICS, QUALITY CONTROL / ASSURANCE and COSTUMER SERVICE-RELATED – their monthly wage ranges from P71,389.00 to 79,309.00.
Analysts noted a substantial increase in salaries of corporate strategists by as much as 47 percent in 2015. Also, the average salaries across the said top jobs in demand here in the Philippines hopped 10 percent in 2015 as compared to last year. Meanwhile, salaries especially for junior executive and supervisors jumped from at least 2 to 12 percent.
The said rise to the good economy, lowest unemployment rates in years and the resulting competitive play has been attributed in the job market.
Employment analyst further noted that the said growth in the number of jobs only reflects how the economy in this country is doing.
This report is based on the actual salaries of employees during the period of October to December, 2015.
Now, this good news is one big answer to the question – “Why work in my country?”