After a difficult year during the pandemic, there are encouraging signs that workers in the Philippines will not only find employment but thrive in the post-COVID-19 labor market.
Rosa Mia Arao
Mia works on development policy research using microdata. Prior to joining ADB, she was a policy consultant for the Health Policy and Development Program (HPDP), where she provided technical support for tuberculosis programs in the Philippines. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at the University of the Philippines.
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A well-trained workforce is more likely to spur innovation at companies. Firms that provide even minimal training to employees are nearly 8 percentage points more likely to introduce a new product and implement a new process.