Nature garlands the land of Philippines with beaches, mountains, rainforests, such that inspiration lies in every nook and cranny.
It’s no surprise then that more than a million locals have taken up freelancing careers. According to the statistics, the young adults are more invested in this field with females dominating the industry.
Below are a few reasons why freelancing thrives in this country.
0. Common Love For All Girl Massage
This is an undeniable fact that folks here love a good massage. And if you show them how it’s done in Western countries, with local American women… they are sold. All Girl Massage debuted back in 2012 but it is still on top of popularity in Philippines. Why? Because it’s constantly evolving into something more than your usual porn website. It’s like Netflix of porn these days with access to all other productions from the network!
1. Hearts For Social Media
Be it Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram or any other social media site, Filipinos are on the scene with global knowledge.
Many have manipulated their accounts to effectively sell merchandise such as ‘Project Express’, ‘Undo’, being some of the popular ones.
Most of them can spew out latest facts on tech which makes them brilliant writers when it comes to discussing these topics or discovering new ways to fix flaws in apps or devices.
2. Aesthetics That Catch The Eye
Digital, graphical, comic designing or dance, music, novel writing, you name the skill and a Filipino would stand ready to give results. Sites like Webtoons have made lots of Filipino artists such as Alfredo Alcala popular for building stories with strong arcs and characters.
Xyza Cruz Bacani, Niccolo Cosme are some photographers who are known for capturing the essence of time behind their lenses.
A number of digital arts schools have established talented creators like Ronnie Del Carmen working on projects as huge as ‘Up’, ‘Finding Nemo’ etc.
3. English That Might Make A Lady Blush
Uncle Sam has waved his charm on the people of Philippines.
As English is a universal dialect, the country believes in moving with the rest of the globe to be progressive.
USA had a colonial hold and introduced the way they talked into the system for the first time.
This spread like a virus taking over all aspects from government to law to education and even the entertainment industry making Filipinos fluent in dabbling with English.
4. Loyalty Is Just A Handshake Away
Filipino culture teaches moral ethics that stick with every single one of them. They’re not only polite but trustworthy.
They are always enthusiastic to train and develop their communication skills.
The motto is that the client comes first and making them comfortable with providing work is a priority.
There is no question that freelancing isn’t compatible with the Filipino culture.
Many already soak in the success of their careers in this field and in the future many will hopefully join this productive journey as well.
“Proudly Pinoy”, as the name suggests It is really proud being a Filipino.