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It was a sunny, clear afternoon in January.
A group of three men, all in their late 20s, sat at a table with their feet in the sand, waiting for their boss to pick them up at a hotel.
The job was one that had eluded them all.
A year earlier, on a different night, a different company had offered the men a chance to make $1,200 per hour.
The men had been unemployed for almost four years, and they were in desperate need of help.
They had just returned from a year in the Philippines, where they had been working as street vendors.
Their employer was a local company called CITCO, and the men were looking for work in a company called FABULOUS, which they hoped would help them to build a business.
In fact, it was a job that had already eluded these men for years.
For the past two years, they had lost their homes and their jobs, but they were determined to make a new start.
As the men walked up to the table, they looked around.
One of them had a black t-shirt that said, “Blessings,” and a smile.
“It’s nice to have some positive reinforcement from somebody,” he said.
After the table was filled, the men handed the company’s executive a list of the company they would be working for.
At the bottom of the list, on the list was a letter from the head of the local branch of the Salvation Army.
When the men opened the letter, they were met with the following message: “Please take this opportunity to thank us for your time, diligence, and hard work.
Please keep in mind that we are not required to accept these jobs.”
When asked how they could help, they told the CEO that they were interested in becoming a salesperson.
To which the CEO responded, “What do you think you are?”
“The way I see it, this is the way it should be,” the men said, adding that they didn’t feel any pressure to accept the job.
Two years later, the company has more than 8,000 members and employs about 1,000.
Despite the difficulties they had overcome, these men, who are called Hap and Hap, say they are proud of their efforts.
It’s a story about perseverance, perseverance and perseverance again.
With the help of a $20,000 grant from the Salvation Arm, the brothers have launched their own company.
They hope to build on the success of their first venture, Hap is Ready, a food service company that sells packaged food and other goods in the city of Cebu.
CITCO has also funded the Hap brothers to build the company.
Through their new venture, they have also built a network of contacts and volunteers.
They are also helping with the construction of a new office that will house the new company.
The men say that, through their involvement, the Salvation Corps has provided them with the support they needed to grow and become successful.
But they also say that it is not easy to find a job in CITC, where there are no job boards or recruiting sites, no social media channels and no one to talk to.
“People are afraid to talk about their work,” said Hap.
“They’re afraid to tell anyone about their story.
That’s the biggest reason why we started this business.”
In the Philippines today, the job market is even worse than it was before the economic crisis of 2008.
According to the Philippine Labor Department, the unemployment rate is more than 70 percent, and about a quarter of the country’s jobs are held by Filipinos.
The Philippine Government estimates that between 40,000 and 70,000 Filipinos are in the workforce, but the government doesn’t even know the number of people employed.
While there is no official national unemployment rate, a number of surveys have shown that unemployment is higher among the poor.
More than 4 million Filipinos have been forced into poverty, according to the World Bank, with an estimated poverty rate of nearly 30 percent.
In the Philippines alone, nearly 20 million Filipinas are living in extreme poverty, while the country is home to nearly 70 million.
Since the onset of the economic collapse, the Philippines has seen a sharp decline in the number and quality of jobs available to the people of the nation.
According to a study conducted by the University of Washington, the Philippine labor force dropped from a total of nearly 12 million in 2012 to just over 5 million in 2017.
Even the number working in the country has declined since the economic crash.
Between 2011 and 2017, the number who were in the labor force fell by about 15 percent, from 9.4 million to 5.4 to 2.6 million.
In comparison, the US labor force, which had been growing