The managers of these businesses know these lovelies are what brings in the male customers.Meanwhile the only jobs I’ve seen dominated by men here have been in construction and transportation such as Jeepneys, trikes and motorcycles.Most of them will message you first if they’re interested and trust me, there are a lot of them that are interested.
It comes down to a common factor that all women take into account when choosing a lifelong mate. So it makes so much sense for a woman to find the most financially stable man she can have. They want a man who will be there, in love with them and not out cheating on her behind her back.But believe me, as a person who has spoken with so many, many single men and women.. In regards to meeting Filipinas specifically Online, there’s an article devoted to that here. Well, I checked with a governmental statistics site and it has nothing to do with the ratio of men-to-women. For another thing, the unemployment rate here has hit male-oriented jobs the hardest leaving many Filipino men without work.the whole ‘dating scene’ is a convoluted and frustrating game. As I walk through any given part of the island I notice that almost 70% of the jobs held inside the large stores and malls are held by young, attractive, mostly single women under the age of 30.Add to that their shy, demure, sweet personalities and you don’t need an online website to find your future soulmate once you get here. The Catholic culture is strong here and women are taught from childhood that they are to be conservative, faithful, loving and adoring of the man in their life.The Philippines is changing slowly away from this as the internet becomes more and more available even in the remote provinces.I suppose no other issue strikes closer to one’s personal life when adjusting to another culture like that of inter-personal relationships; ie – meeting women here in the Philippines.