IN the first 100 days of the Marcos administration, the (DMW) said there were more employment opportunities for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), programs offered for children of OFWs and a quicker response time to repatriation requests.

In a report, Migrant Workers Secretary Susan Ople said based on data gathered by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), 255,429 workers landed jobs abroad in the first 100 days of the Marcos administration.

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