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7 Questions You Can Ask Yourself When Looking For the Job You Love

Like any relationship, how you feel about your job changes overtime. Most of us have had our fair share of jumping from one job to another, searching for the “one” that fulfills our passions, talents, and values. When you can’t find it, you start to shrink into all sorts of mixed emotions—desperation, confusion, frustration. But maybe we’re not asking ourselves the right questions. In his TED Talk, Scott Dinsmore, founder of career and connection platform Live Your Legend [http://liveyourl

Babatiin mo ba ang iyong dating boss?

Kakaiba talaga ang araw mo ngayon. Kakagaling mo lang sa isang team meeting na umabot ng isang oras, na kadalasan ay 15 minutos tapos na. Naatasan ka pa ng team leader mo na mag-submit bukas ng report, na kaladasay hindi siya ganitong pabigla-biglang nagbibigay ng utos. Biglang nabura lahat ng mga files sa laptop mo, at nang akala mo hindi pa lalala ang araw mo, nakasalubong mo ang dati mong boss habang bumibili ka ng White Chocolate Mocha sa Starbucks. Paano mo siya tutugonan? Gaya ba nang p

5 Essential Tips for Pinoys Who Want to Get a Job Abroad

"I want to work abroad. How do I make it happen?" It's a question I often get asked by Filipinos. Whether they're fresh graduates, longtime employees, or professionals, they all entertain thoughts of finding jobs abroad [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/abroad/y/1] at some point. Although the reasons may vary, the primary motivation usually run along the lines of wanting a bigger salary, better opportunities, or an improved quality of life. Working overseas can do all that, but only af

From Account Manager to Waitress: A True Story of Moving to the US

Graduate college, become an Account Manager in an advertising agency [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/i/media-and-creatives/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=blog-CTA&utm_content=halima-waitress&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-CTA] , work at a flower shop, wait tables. It definitely does not sound like the most glamorous career trajectory, but for many Filipinos who move go abroad and start from nothing, this is what their resume will probably look like. Halima Altaie, or Hallsy

7 Questions You Can Ask Yourself When Looking For the Job You Love

Like any relationship, how you feel about your job changes overtime. Most of us have had our fair share of jumping from one job to another, searching for the “one” that fulfills our passions, talents, and values. When you can’t find it, you start to shrink into all sorts of mixed emotions—desperation, confusion, frustration. But maybe we’re not asking ourselves the right questions. In his TED Talk, Scott Dinsmore, founder of career and connection platform Live Your Legend [http://liveyourl

Babatiin mo ba ang iyong dating boss?

Kakaiba talaga ang araw mo ngayon. Kakagaling mo lang sa isang team meeting na umabot ng isang oras, na kadalasan ay 15 minutos tapos na. Naatasan ka pa ng team leader mo na mag-submit bukas ng report, na kaladasay hindi siya ganitong pabigla-biglang nagbibigay ng utos. Biglang nabura lahat ng mga files sa laptop mo, at nang akala mo hindi pa lalala ang araw mo, nakasalubong mo ang dati mong boss habang bumibili ka ng White Chocolate Mocha sa Starbucks. Paano mo siya tutugonan? Gaya ba nang p

5 Essential Tips for Pinoys Who Want to Get a Job Abroad

"I want to work abroad. How do I make it happen?" It's a question I often get asked by Filipinos. Whether they're fresh graduates, longtime employees, or professionals, they all entertain thoughts of finding jobs abroad [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/abroad/y/1] at some point. Although the reasons may vary, the primary motivation usually run along the lines of wanting a bigger salary, better opportunities, or an improved quality of life. Working overseas can do all that, but only af

From Account Manager to Waitress: A True Story of Moving to the US

Graduate college, become an Account Manager in an advertising agency [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/i/media-and-creatives/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=blog-CTA&utm_content=halima-waitress&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-CTA] , work at a flower shop, wait tables. It definitely does not sound like the most glamorous career trajectory, but for many Filipinos who move go abroad and start from nothing, this is what their resume will probably look like. Halima Altaie, or Hallsy

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