While the unemployment rate is 5.4 percent in the Philippines as of 2018, the youth unemployment rate remains high at 14.1 percent. Finding work is particularly challenging for those without university degrees: a 2012 Asian Development Bank study found that while 75 percent of college graduates find work within a year of graduation, only 20 percent of high school graduates do the same.- “The Impact of a Youth Employment Bridging Program in the Philippines” by IPA. Embarking in an employment will enhance youth to acquire positive sense of self-development in order to attain goals. This will further lead to the improvement of their potentials thus enabling to work together harmoniously within the workplace. It will hasten the development of interpersonal skills which is fundamental for interaction with the people an individual working with. There is a social change, self-transformation coupled with integrity, responsibility, honesty, concern for others and dedication.
Any institution for that matter has standards and policies that employees has to subscribe in order that he/she can be in the organization. Some stresses punctuality, sincerity, industry and professionalism.
“Every moment of one’s existence, one is growing into more or retreating into less.” ―Norman Mailer. Adapting to the requirements of personal involvement in the job is very important that one should be familiar of how one should behave and perform his job well. Good manners should be explicitly be observed at all times. Speech mode and language should be watched out for.
As these skills develop while we are employed, one will never find it hard to socialize, interact and behave in distress or any institutional problems to deal with. Working with an environment that is pleasant, improves and increases performance achievement. Such reduces tension much more and will lead to better results. Performance is equitable to pleasant working condition and good working relationship.