IJSRP, Volume 13, Issue 1, January 2023 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Bobby B. Dela Cruz
Since the start of COVID-19, the education, economy, transportation, and basic lifestyles of not only Filipinos, but the entire globe, have been brought to a halt. The vegetations and crops have been reduced thus lowering the rate of our economy; educational Institutions have been closed down that resulted to having online and modular learning. The same applies to working and employment, given this situation which lead to ponder the thought, "what is the effects of COVID-19 to the parents working abroad?". The study used phenomenological design to determine the impacts of Covid-19 to the livelihood of parents working abroad. The sample population was acquired by non-probability purposive sampling in which only 10 OFW parents who’s livelihood is affected by the pandemic were the participants. The research study used a profile form and unstructured online mediated interview as tools for data gathering. The data collected are analyzed and interpreted to answer the study’s research question.