Lazada Philippines opens up more employment opportunities- A Review

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Unemployment rates are getting worse by the minute. Every time a batch graduates, the number of Filipinos in between jobs increase with no assurance whatsoever that they will be able to find jobs for themselves in time for the next batch of graduates. How can this problem be fixed? More work opportunities. But it’s definitely a lot easier said than done. How can more employment seats open up if no new businesses especially huge ones are created? By far the smartest way I see is possible to abolish this problem is to embrace the birth and popularity of online shopping. Since it’s so popular these days, it’s the best concrete example of how Filipinos can house more employment. Just ask Lazada Philippines with employees over 15,000 people working for their respective businesses distributed in 40 different countries. A lot more people can be tapped through online selling requiring the number of people who will handle such progress even larger in number. Although Lazada Philippines is owned by a German company called Rocket Internet, majority of its employees are citizens and residents of the Philippines. This automatically helps in decreasing the unemployment of the country. If a foreign company can help our country so can we. At least that’s how Filipinos are supposed to look at it. Instead of seeing it in a bad light, view it as an advantage because this means more job positions will become available not to mention in demand. It is an evident fact that technology has taken over our generation. Some people know better than to criticize it by learning about it instead and using it as an edge from others. Information technology and system students are dominating all other aspects of professions because of the unending increase of internet related jobs popping out.

Since the World Wide Web is extremely deep in depth and can accommodate a limitless number of business transactions, companies can just keep creating companies focused on working online and not feel threatened because they can no longer maintain their spot in their respective industries. There are a lot opportunities available online because as cliché as it may sound, the possibilities are endless. Lazada Philippines has definitely helped in boosting the economy’s status creating not just profit but employment as well. It has given online shopping a whole new image. Filipinos have a better perspective of just how effective online shopping can be when used or done properly. If before Filipinos were scared of the idea of ordering from online stores, now more people prefer this over other forms of shopping. It’s seen as not just a luxury but a necessity by some. Some people aren’t very good at going around the mall to look for stuff they like. Sometimes they tend to give up because of their lack of patience. Not everyone’s patient enough to go in and out of every store. With online shopping, customers have the option to narrow down their searches to the specifics. It eats less time and saves more energy. How often can you say that about shopping in malls?

 

 

for more related post:
http://www.curiouscorrine.com/2013/02/lazada-the-philippines-best-online-shopping-site/
http://urbandai.com/2013/02/20/summer-beauty-essentials-with-lazada/
http://www.yettezkiedoodle.com/2013/02/04/stay-fashionable-lucky-this-chinese-new-year/

 

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One comment on “Lazada Philippines opens up more employment opportunities- A Review

  1. Frederic says:

    A fascinating discussion is definitely worth comment.
    There’s no doubt that that you need to publish more on this subject matter, it might not be a taboo subject but usually people don’t talk about these issues.
    To the next! Best wishes!!

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