Kids these days are all fired up to help their parents in supporting the needs of the family. What do they do? Let me tell you.
Maria gets paid P400 per day as a saleslady in a mall near their house in Tondo. She just turned 15, works eight hours a day, sometimes longer, and that's seven days in a week; her job is to sell kid's apparel. This isn't a tough job since all she has to do is to attend to potential buyers, and, of course, to make sure that customers buy. Whether the customer would buy or would just shop around, it won’t affect her salary. Plus, her working place is air-conditioned. The catch is, since her job goes for seven days straight in a week with no day offs, she had no other choice but to stop schooling. Maria chose to make use of her time working than attending school so she can help her single mother who has the same work as her.
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