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Today’s OFW feature features Sonia, a 33-year-old Filipina in Dubai. She hails from the city of Biñan, Laguna, where she grew up as the 9th child among 10 siblings! Although she holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, her career path has taken her to other fields instead. At present, Sonia works as an Executive Secretary for a… Read More

It’s been a while since we had an OFW feature, so for today we present someone who will surely inspire you! Coming all the way from the “city of the hundred islands” (Alaminos, Pangasinan) is Mardilyn, a 32-year-old Filipina. She has been residing and working in the UAE for more than four years now. Mardilyn, or… Read More

sFor today’s OFW feature, we interviewed Jenny, a 28-year-old Filipina living in Dubai. She hails from Pampanga, which is also known as the “Culinary Center of the Philippines.” She holds a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication, and she is currently working as an Administrative Assistant. Jenny has been a resident of Dubai for about four and… Read More

Today’s OFW interview features Chris, a 37-year-old Filipina living in Dubai. Born and raised in Iloilo City, she holds a Bachelor’s as well as a Master’s degree in Business Administration. She is currently working as a Contracts Manager for a Trading Company based in Jebel Ali Freezone. Despite having a good-paying job in the Philippines, Chris decided to… Read More

For today’s OFW feature, we interviewed Jessica, a 28-year-old Filipina living in the UAE. Hailing from Davao City, she describes herself as a proud Bisaya! She holds a degree in BS Computer Science, though she is currently working as an Executive Administrative Officer in Dubai. Despite being the youngest in her family, Jessica decided to go to… Read More

Today’s OFW interview features Eve, a 24-year-old Filipina who hails from Leyte province. She graduated with a degree in Accountancy and worked for a major bank in the Philippine before coming to Dubai. She is currently working as an Admin Coordinator for a logistics company, and has been living in Dubai for one and a half… Read More

Today’s OFW interview features Janice, a Filipina who has been living in Dubai for 17 years. Having studied and graduated from renowned universities in the Philippines, she is currently a Sales Manager for a real estate agency, catering to Filipinos and foreign clients in the UAE. Janice considers coming to Dubai as “the most pivotal moment”… Read More

Our latest OFW interview features Wendy, a 35-year-old Filipina in Dubai. She is currently working as an Executive Assistant in a government healthcare facility, although her college degree is in Hotel and Restaurant Management! She has been living with her family in Dubai for 10 years now. Aside from her regular job, Wendy is a blogger and… Read More

Our latest OFW interview is about Kristine, a 29-year-old Filipina in Dubai. She holds a degree in Nursing and is actually a Registered Nurse — though her career has taken her to different fields. She has worked in the BPO industry, fitness and customer service, and is now a Sales Supervisor for a travel and… Read More

Several weeks ago, we shared about the search for the UAE’s Best Nanny Awards 2017, which was brought to us by Rise, a start-up firm based in Dubai. The grand prize is 1,000,000 in the winner’s home currency or AED 50,000 (whichever is lower). Almost 500 nannies were nominated for the grand title. When we inquired… Read More

Our next OFW feature is about Sugar, who has been living in Abu Dhabi for about 10 years now. She is currently an Assistant Sales Manager at Radisson Blu & Park Inn Abu Dhabi in Yas Island. Despite not having gone to college after finishing high school, she is definitely an achiever! Sugar came to… Read More

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