A possible solution for the unemployment problem in the Philippines is employment subsidization from the government. This means that the price for the resource labor will be decreased therefor giving a firm owner an incentive to hire more unemployed people.
Another possible solution could be to create more jobs through prioritizing education. Education allows people to have skills and knowledge that are required in the work industry. By focusing on education and creating schools for places who don't have access to education, this will help more people have a higher chance in being employed in the future. Building new schools will also create more jobs in the education industry.
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