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UK sleep scientist says work before 10 AM is 'torture'

If you think having to wake up early to get to the office at 9 AM is torture, an Oxford University researcher agrees with you. Last September 8, sleep scientist Paul Kelley said that the usual 9-to-5 work schedule today is an unhealthy setup that could lead to degradation in physical, mental, emotional health. Work should, in fact, should start at 10 A.M instead to fit our natural body clock. "This is a huge society issue," Kelley told the British Science a Festival [http://www.sciencealer

5 Ways to Volunteer in Metro Manila This Weekend

After a long week of hard work, computers, traffic, and work stress, where do you find rest? For a lot of us, work-life balance comes in the form of food, leisure activities, surrounding ourselves with friends and best of all, burying ourselves in our beds. Our weekends are spent recharging our bodies and our minds, but is that really enough? Resting is not always enough. Sometimes, even having fun on the weekends isn't enough to set apart one dreary Monday from another. Sometimes, we should

Top 5 Best Alternative Healthcare Careers for Filipino Nurses

To be a licensed nurse here in the Philippines, looking for a job is just like holding a small key, searching for the right padlock in a pile as high as a haystack in the field. Not my words, rather by a Qatar-based licensed Filipino nurse, Rommel, who is currently back on vacation and spending time with his family in Cavite. Finding a job true to his calling was particularly challenging for Rommel, who was granted his license in 1995. In an effort to stay with his wife and son while pr

How to answer: "Tell me about yourself" if you're a fresh graduate

"Tell me about yourself?" is, more often than not, the first question you get asked during an interview. Your answer to this question determines the rest of your interview. Answer it well and you can take control of the interview. Answer it poorly and you're at the mercy of the interviewer, whose job is to help expose your gaps and weaknesses, sometimes with the goal of trying to make you crack. When you're asked this question and you already have some job experience, it's more straightforwar

UK sleep scientist says work before 10 AM is 'torture'

If you think having to wake up early to get to the office at 9 AM is torture, an Oxford University researcher agrees with you. Last September 8, sleep scientist Paul Kelley said that the usual 9-to-5 work schedule today is an unhealthy setup that could lead to degradation in physical, mental, emotional health. Work should, in fact, should start at 10 A.M instead to fit our natural body clock. "This is a huge society issue," Kelley told the British Science a Festival [http://www.sciencealer

5 Ways to Volunteer in Metro Manila This Weekend

After a long week of hard work, computers, traffic, and work stress, where do you find rest? For a lot of us, work-life balance comes in the form of food, leisure activities, surrounding ourselves with friends and best of all, burying ourselves in our beds. Our weekends are spent recharging our bodies and our minds, but is that really enough? Resting is not always enough. Sometimes, even having fun on the weekends isn't enough to set apart one dreary Monday from another. Sometimes, we should

Top 5 Best Alternative Healthcare Careers for Filipino Nurses

To be a licensed nurse here in the Philippines, looking for a job is just like holding a small key, searching for the right padlock in a pile as high as a haystack in the field. Not my words, rather by a Qatar-based licensed Filipino nurse, Rommel, who is currently back on vacation and spending time with his family in Cavite. Finding a job true to his calling was particularly challenging for Rommel, who was granted his license in 1995. In an effort to stay with his wife and son while pr

How to answer: "Tell me about yourself" if you're a fresh graduate

"Tell me about yourself?" is, more often than not, the first question you get asked during an interview. Your answer to this question determines the rest of your interview. Answer it well and you can take control of the interview. Answer it poorly and you're at the mercy of the interviewer, whose job is to help expose your gaps and weaknesses, sometimes with the goal of trying to make you crack. When you're asked this question and you already have some job experience, it's more straightforwar

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