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5 Ways to Survive a Job (You Think) You Hate

So you landed the job you’ve been working so hard to get for a long time. Unfortunately, it only takes you weeks, or even days, into the position hating it with every fiber of your being. It could be because of a variety of reasons: a slave driver boss, the job description not matching your actual work, or gossiping colleagues. Whatever it is, it’s driving you to consider quitting your job rather much earlier than you planned. While we encourage our readers to pursue meaningful and satisfying

Navigating Manila During the 2015 APEC Summit

As you may have already heard, one of the world's most significant economic forums, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit, is being held here in our beloved country, and is finally commencing today after more than a year of preparation. Twenty-one heads of state from the United States, Canada, and Japan, just to name a few, are all here to take part of this global summit and discuss about the world's current economic progress. While this event may be very beneficial for the Phil

The Philippine Government Needs You: DOTC Is Hiring!

The Department of Transportation and Communications is looking for great talent to join their efforts in providing public service. They are currently in need of applicants for the National Program Management Office. The National Program Management Office is responsible for managing and directing the Bus Rapid Transit and road-based public transport reform initiatives of DOTC nationwide. This office will deal with matters relating to policies and strategies, assist Project Implementation Units

Liar, Liar, Resume on Fire (INFOGRAPHIC)

When it comes to resumes, we all want to stand out and impress potential employers but where do you draw the line between innocent exaggeration and flat out lie? Some companies couldn't care less about the accuracy of your resume. They allow fake degrees or deceptive job titles go unnoticed and hire liars. However, most self-respecting companies and institutions take lying and false information very seriously. The cost of which [http://business.financialpost.com/executive/careers/cost-of-lyin

5 Ways to Survive a Job (You Think) You Hate

So you landed the job you’ve been working so hard to get for a long time. Unfortunately, it only takes you weeks, or even days, into the position hating it with every fiber of your being. It could be because of a variety of reasons: a slave driver boss, the job description not matching your actual work, or gossiping colleagues. Whatever it is, it’s driving you to consider quitting your job rather much earlier than you planned. While we encourage our readers to pursue meaningful and satisfying

Navigating Manila During the 2015 APEC Summit

As you may have already heard, one of the world's most significant economic forums, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit, is being held here in our beloved country, and is finally commencing today after more than a year of preparation. Twenty-one heads of state from the United States, Canada, and Japan, just to name a few, are all here to take part of this global summit and discuss about the world's current economic progress. While this event may be very beneficial for the Phil

The Philippine Government Needs You: DOTC Is Hiring!

The Department of Transportation and Communications is looking for great talent to join their efforts in providing public service. They are currently in need of applicants for the National Program Management Office. The National Program Management Office is responsible for managing and directing the Bus Rapid Transit and road-based public transport reform initiatives of DOTC nationwide. This office will deal with matters relating to policies and strategies, assist Project Implementation Units

Liar, Liar, Resume on Fire (INFOGRAPHIC)

When it comes to resumes, we all want to stand out and impress potential employers but where do you draw the line between innocent exaggeration and flat out lie? Some companies couldn't care less about the accuracy of your resume. They allow fake degrees or deceptive job titles go unnoticed and hire liars. However, most self-respecting companies and institutions take lying and false information very seriously. The cost of which [http://business.financialpost.com/executive/careers/cost-of-lyin

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