Below is an article submitted by one of our readers who wanted to contribute an inspiring message to those who plan on becoming an expat and work abroad. We hope this will give a few insights especially to the younger generation on what it’s like to go out of comfort zones and be an overseas worker. Read… Read More
Stories about Overseas Filipino Workers in Dubai. Interviews, inspiring stories and success stories of life in Dubai as a Pinoy Expat.
“The beach is my canvas and the rake is my paintbrush. Then the wonderful happens.” – Nathaniel Alapide And what a truly unique masterpiece it is. Meet Nathaniel A. Alapide – proudly Filipino – making waves in the art scene with his breathtaking sand murals on the shorelines of Dubai. Nathaniel is currently employed by… Read More
Rose (not her real name) is working as a flight attendant for an airline in Dubai. She used to work in a budget airline company back in the Philippines. Her husband was the one who took her to he UAE under a wife visa and she was able to find work after two months of… Read More
Divine (not her real name) graduated as a nurse in the Philippines and practiced her course in a hospital in Manila for some time. She was still single when she explored Dubai and found a job as a waitress in a well-known restaurant. OFW Waitress in Dubai and Now a Housewife There were times when… Read More
Si Rachel ay isang housemaid ng isang UAE local dito sa Dubai. Nakakuha sya ng trabaho sa pamamagitan ng isang agency sa Pinas na nagprocess ng kanyang mga dokumento upang sya ay makarating at makapagtrabaho sa Dubai. 4 na taon na syang nagtatrabaho as alalay ng isang dalagang lokal. Pangunahing mga gawain nya ay magplantsa… Read More
Sir Santos (not his real name) has been living in Dubai for 9.5 years. He works as an engineer in an oil and aluminum company and has brought his family here. Pinoy Engineer in Dubai Initially, he got his previous job as an engineer by going through an agency in the Philippines. After a year… Read More
Marcy (not her real name) worked in a retail shop as a sales executive for 7 months until she filed for resignation. Her employer understood her reasons, but the employer’s wife complained that she did not have “gratitude” in them for giving her work despite being on a Visit Visa. Pinoy Retail Sales Rep in… Read More