Philippines is in Top Twenty Places to Emigrate for Young People by The Telegraph UK



Surprisingly or should I not say that  the Philippines is ranked 8th out of 20 countries in the list of  Top Twenty Places to Emigrate for Young People by The Telegraph UK. Reason it cited is "The Philippines has beautiful islands and beaches, many relatively unspoilt by tourism. Its position close to the booming heart of east Asia is an advantage."

Photo courtesy of The Telegraph UK. To view the whole list of countries you may click here. Can anyone tell where in Manila is this photo taken?

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  1. Ervin Balaoro, Aileen Delos Santos and 2 others like this.
    José Aguín Some private spot,for sure. What are the other countries in the top ten ate?
    Thursday at 3:42pm · Like

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  2. Teiluj Sixela B. Beltran ‎...wOoooHHhh
    Thursday at 6:03pm · Like

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  3. Luis Bong Amores sa makati ayala yan
    Thursday at 9:31pm · Like

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  4. Mayan Guballa sa makati shangrila?
    Friday at 12:14am · Like

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  5. Mayan Guballa hotel intercon??
    Friday at 12:18am · Like

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  6. Mayan Guballa huhuhu dko maalala nakita ko na yan
    Friday at 12:18am · Like

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  7. Mayan Guballa g4?
    Friday at 1:32am · Like

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  8. Maria Rona Beltran ‎José Aguín : sure kuya. hmm your country, spain is not in the list but most of them from europe: poland, nz, germany, malta, austria etc. read here http://bit.ly/w97nJh
    Friday at 8:10am · Like

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  9. Maria Rona Beltran ‎Teiluj Sixela B. Beltran : lola hehehe! say me hi to issa & mom
    Friday at 8:11am · Like

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  10. Maria Rona Beltran ‎Luis Bong Amores & Mayan Guballa : kung di ako nagkakamali this photo was taken in that mini park in greenbelt b/w starbucks & seattle's best malapit sa chapel
    Friday at 8:12am · Like

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  11. Luis Bong Amores tumpak
    Friday at 9:54am · Like

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  12. José Aguín Not surprisingly, I would say. Double-checking the article it focus on young people. I have to say that British are the third national group migrating to Spain, after Morocco and Romania -at least until the crisis, now they might be the first. But most of them they are retired, around 300,000 more British every year retiring to Spain. The reasons: the weather is mild, and the healthcare is universal, free and of high quality standards, meaning that they can get their surgeries for free.
    Friday at 10:55am · Like

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  13. José Aguín However, Spain is not a good place for labour migrants right now. But, coming back to the article, they do not state what kind of migration they talk about. Young people "migrate" for a lot of reasons, not only labour market reasons -as to Spain elder British they come for the living standards and the healthcare. I am afraid that when young migrants decide to migrate not always are for employment opportunities, and also the article doesn´t mention what they define as migration -a round trip to the Philippines for a three month tour working occasionally at a scuba diving shop is migration?...
    Friday at 10:58am · Like

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  14. Maria Rona Beltran this is so far the longest if not most detailed comment i ever seen so far i have to read it a few times to understand it. i dont know much abt europe but i heard when someone fell asleep unintentionally in a bus, he/she wakes up in another country thats how close the countries are there
    Yesterday at 1:06am · Like

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  15. Maria Rona Beltran did not mean to belittle anything not in the list there or brag ours. demography is not my forte. yup, the article really did not say much detail about this migration. but this one is very informative helps us have an idea of what is like in the other side of the world
    Yesterday at 1:07am · Like

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