Economic Crisis

Philippines
January 8, 2013 6:14pm CST
Nowadays, it is so hard to look for jobs. Our economy's financial stability is now degrading. The prices of our basic needs are faster to increase than the wage of an employee. For me, making real money is tough and having a legitimate business is the way to achieve it.
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6 responses
@aerous (13474)
• Philippines
9 Jan 13
Yup! I agree with you, friend. Seems that life is getting harder as the technology goes higher and advance. I don't know the reason about this but I think the government must do something to resolve this issue because all the citizens of the world is affected with this crisis...
• United States
9 Jan 13
Yea the economy has been bad for years now, but every year the cost of living continues to rise, while wages pretty much stay stagnant. It's really tough being able to save money these days, because everything is so expensive. Like a few others mentioned though, we just have to keep working hard to achieve our goals.
@creationhub (3068)
• Malaysia
9 Jan 13
As they say, there is no free lunch. There must be sacrifice and effort to achieve success. I too have my ups and downs in starting my business. Today, when I look back, nothing is still certain in this world. We need to plan well for our finance.
@edvc77 (2143)
• Philippines
9 Jan 13
The crisis has been for many years. However, it is getting worst. You are right having a legitimate business is good to earn money. What business you have in mind? For me I'm thinking of food business.
• Philippines
9 Jan 13
Yes but having a business is really tiring. I remember having only 2 hours of sleep when I was starting my business because I have to do everything. It's worth it but I must say that having a business is not easy. It takes consistency in working, patience and good money handling. Those who were born rich and already have a business are really fortunate than those who are starting from the beginning. All of us must be hardworking to achieve the things that we want.
@mariaperalta (19094)
• Mexico
9 Jan 13
Same thing here in mexico.. Where are you at? All of our basic goods costs more here then when I live din the usa. Take care there...