Yes, Typhoon Yolanda has clouded our silver lining momentarily – claiming thousands of lives in the southern part of the country and grimly costing our economy an estimated US$15 billion. The UN projects 11 million people have been affected by Haiyan. Recovery will undeniably be a long, arduous climb.
It may take months, maybe even years, to rebuild the businesses and infrastructures destroyed by Typhoon Yolanda. Jobs will come at a slower pace. Lives will take quite some time to normalize.
Despite that, with a computer connected to the Internet, Filipinos anywhere in the country can quickly earn money and begin rebuilding their lives by taking jobs readily available online.
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HELLO, MY NAME IS EVAN TAN.
I'm a writer and communications professional based in Manila, Philippines. Outside of my regular job, I like to travel, work out, volunteer, watch movies and plays, go to art galleries/ fairs and museums, read books, and eat vegetarian food.
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