Countries with Filipino Populations
One of the challenges of studying overseas is with the regard to the feeling of homesickness triggered by the feeling of cultural alienation.It is important that you do not lose sight of your ambition and the opportunities that await you. By giving the statistics cited below, aims to make you realize that nothing is impossible if we will let the spirit of resiliency overwhelm our fear of venturing into a promising life overseas. They already taken the lead and its up to us to make that life changing decision. That starts now- you have visited this site cause you wanna know your options.
Australia : In 2000, Australia recorded about 127,000 Filipinos and/or Filipino Australians
Canada : Only a small population of Filipinos resided in Canada until the late 20th century. The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration has estimated that as of 2006 there were over 400,000 Canadians of Filipino origin. Due to Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Western Canada and the Philippines; contracts in Atlantic Canada consistent hiring of workers in Central Canada; and increased activity in Northern Canada, it is estimated that there will be some 500,000 Filipinos in Canada as of 2010. As of December 2008, Filipinos overtook China as Canada's leading source of immigrants.
Ireland : As of 2008, the Philippine embassy in London reported that there are 11,500 Filipinos in Ireland
New Zealand: There are about 17,000 Filipino residents and citizens in New Zealand called KiwiPino's, Filipino New Zealanders. New Zealand, as in the past, are currently recruiting Filipino qualified nurses. Filipinos in New Zealand, as well as prospective immigrants, often lean towards information technology, nursing and, more recently, telecommunications for careers
United Kingdom : Nurses and caregivers have begun migrating to the United Kingdom in recent years. The island nation has welcomed about 20,000 nurses and other Filipinos of various occupations and lifestyles during the past 5 years. The United Kingdom is home to an estimated 200,000 OFWs Many Filipino seamen settled in British port cities during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Liverpool even had an area nicknamed 'Little Manila.