Yeah right, it's supposed to be a holiday. But I'm here in Qatar and they don't include May as one of their national holidays.
Anyway, let's just talk about briefly what will happen today. Labor Day is a special day of the year when public and private sector Filipino workers are paid homage and recognition for their contributions to Philippine growth and development. I've read the news this morning Philippine President Aquino had a breakfast-dialogue with labor groups. Let's do hope it will turn out fine.
His Eminence, Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle, will hold a concelebrated Mass on May 1, 2013, at the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene in Quiapo. An ecumenical gathering and solidarity lunch with the workers will be held at Plaza Miranda, Quiapo, Manila.
As of January 2013, Labor Force Survey showed that there were 37.94 million employed persons in January, 2013, for an employment rate of 92.9%, of which 54.1% were in the services sector. Among the regions, Cagayan Valley (96.7%) and Zamboanga Peninsula (96.6%) had the highest employment rates. The National Capital Region recorded 90.5%. This shows that Philippines has a very high employment and it is really good to know. Filipinos can survive for their daily necesseties. Maybe it's just a mtter of how you spend and save.
Well, so much for the Holiday, naiinggit lng aq, kasi while everyone in the world is relaxing, mall hopping, and some are just chillin', I am here in front of my station, working with bunch of documents. My work should stop, ayt? o i posted here my work station. Pero remember, " A TRAIN STATION IS WHERE THE TRAIN STOPS, A BUS STATION IS WHERE THE BUS STOPS... THI IS MY WORK STATION... :D