Sometimes you have to ask yourself - is it just the Monday morning shift getting you down? Or should you consider a career shift? Because if you’re considering of what path to take, you might just want to consider becoming a dancing traffic enforcer.
Traffic officer, Jerry dela Cuesta, has been in his job for 17 years and at present has been assigned to supervise the flow of traffic on the street fronting the Tabunok Public Market, Talisay City, Cebu. Officer dela Cuesta does what he does mostly as a stress reliever for himself but he’s happy it relieves others’ stress as well, particularly the drivers. See just how effective it is by watching the video below.
But despite his positive demeanor, he’s a loving father working hard to feed his family of 11, a task that would not be an easy feat for couple, much less for a single parent like him. He juggles several jobs to make ends meet. In an interview with Sun.Star, he made it clear that his family is his priority.
“Para nako, mas importante gyud ang akong pamilya. Ang akong pangayo ra gyud sa Ginoo nga dili ko tapdan ug sakit, nga hatagan ko ug maayong panglawas para makaserbisyo pa ko nila (My family is very important. All I ask from God is that I won’t get sick and that He will keep me healthy so I can serve my family),” he said.
By night, he works as a tricycle driver for additional income since his day job give only him low income and only stays in it because of his family. However, the dancing thing might be a growing trend among traffic enforcers because meanwhile in Lapulapu City, located on a northeastern island off the mainland of the province of Cebu...
They’re not the only two in the country. There’s one in Iligan, Isabela and General Santos City, South Cotabato. With the way things seem to be going, traffic enforcer might make it to the next list of most popular jobs.
Officer in Talisay City - Youtube video uploaded by Macky Gabison
Officer in Lapulapu City - Youtube video uploaded by Nyar Strong