Religion - The major religion in the Philippines is Christianity. They are 92% Christians and 81% Roman Catholic. The 11% belongs to Protestant Christian denominations and Non-Roman Catholic. Spain introduced Christianity to the Philippines in 1565 with the arrival of Miguel Lopez de Legaspi.
Social Structure - Each Filipino is at the center of a large circle of relatives. Marriage is not always permitted to marry in the same kinship circle. Filipinas, which are filipino women, they have more power social equality than women in most countries in Southeast Asia. At home women usually manage the family income and are the primary caretakers of children.
Industry - The top two industries in the Philippines is business process outsourcing and retail. Business Process Outsourcing sector continues as the main driver for investment. Over one million Filipinos are employed by BPOs generating roughly 11% of the country’s GDP and it is estimated that 1.5M new jobs will be created next year by the BPO sector. For retail, malls are not only havens for shopping but as venues for entertainment.