Therefore, this idea should be considered as a part of the government’s poverty alleviation program.
Gil Ramos has worked both in the Philippines and the United States. In the Philippines, Ramos has worked as Staff Economist in the Policy Office of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), a lecturer at the Development Academy of the Philippines, and as consultant with the Senate, Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA), Office of Special Concerns Malacanang, and the Department of Interior and Local Government.
In the United States, he has been consultant at the State of Florida’s Department of Education, the Department of Housing and Urban Development as well as Social Security Administration in Washington DC, and a number of private enterprises, including Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, Blue Shield of California, Sanofi-Aventis, Bristol Myers Squibb, Yale New Haven Health Systems, Amgen Inc., Reader’s Digest, and Marriott Hotel Corporate HQ. Ramos has also served as an economist with the National Council for Compensation Insurance. His experience in the US in both the public and private sectors has been focused on finance like the stock and commodity markets , banking, the insurance industry, and the financial market analysis for the the Pharma industry. Dr. Ramos has also worked with IBM and SAS, the leaders in the field of Big Data Analytics in the United States.