The Philippines’ workforce is currently dominated by young workers as data indicates that almost half of the labor force population in 2015 were Filipino Millennials.
And because it has been said that this generation is driven by instant gratification, it’s not unusual to see young workers in urban areas sporting the latest gadgets, going on vacations to take Instagram-worthy photos, and crowding coffee shops and the hippest restaurants on the weekends—even if they end up in debt as their spending habits are not in sync with their current salary.
While having it all on the surface may seem like the way to live, it’s not the definition of living well. But by making good financial choices, prioritizing, and knowing how the system works, it’s possible to truly live a good and healthy lifestyle, even on a low income.
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