The Philippines has one of the most diverse labor markets in Southeast Asia, making it easier for businesses to hire young, talented, and skilled workers. It is also one of the largest English-speaking countries in the world. Translations are no longer necessary as government, legal, and corporate documents are all executed in English. This makes it easier for foreign investors to connect with, train, and manage local employees for their firms.
TECO's location allows it to tap into a big pool of qualified local labor, with over 2.5 million people in Pampanga alone and over 60, 000 college graduates in Central Luzon each year. The region produces a large number of graduates, providing the area with a large pool of competent labor.