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FOR my column this week, I would rather write the good news for Filipino jobseekers and Fil-Am senior citizens in lieu of the ongoing hearings on military corruption in the Senate of the Philippines.

The good news for Filipino jobseekers as published in the classified ad section of the Filipino Reporter’s issue of Feb. 4-10, 2011 and this week’s issue are the following job openings:

1. A wealthy American family is looking for a live-in nanny in Coral Gables, Florida and work during the summer in the Hamptons.

Salary: $52,000 plus benefits and two weeks paid vacation.

The applicant must have legal documents to work in the U.S. and must have a driver’s license.

Interested applicants should call 301.251.1475 or fax resumé to 212.967.5848.

2. The owner of Modell’s Sporting Goods is looking for a housekeeper/houseman, live-in to travel to homes in New York City and Miami, Florida.

Must have local driving experience.

Call 212.502.6660, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or fax resumé to 212.967.5848.

3. A family in Pennsylvania would like to hire a nanny/housekeeper Monday to Friday.

They are looking for a long-term worker.

Salary: $400 to $500 a week to start.

Call Mr. Gilmore at 646.279.3401.

Fil-Am senior citizens with Medicare contract

Fil-Am senior citizens are not covered by Medicare or Medicare HMO outside the United States.

Hence, these senior citizens would rather stay in nursing homes in the U.S. or endure a claustrophobic existence in their place of abode.

Now, the good news for Fil-Ams who have plans to relocate and retire in their ancestral homes in the Philippines or live in comfort in their spanking condominiums in Metro Manila with their hard-earned dollars.

During my last visit with Dr. Erie Agustin, with office at 57-18 Woodside Avenue, Woodside, NY 11377; telephone 718.205.0030; fax 718.205.6136, he mentioned about his ongoing negotiation with Metroplus Medicare about their proposal to cover Fil-Am senior citizens who plan to retire in the Philippines if there are enough Fil-Am senior citizens who would sign up with Metroplus.

According to Dr. Agustin, two hospitals in Metro Manila are willing to cover the medical expenses of these senior citizens.

Fil-Am senior citizens who are interested to join Metroplus Medicare, HMO should write to Dr. Agustin.

He is also planning to place long-term advertisements regarding his current negotiation with Metroplus.

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