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Social Media Matters: How Your Online Life Can Help You Get A Job

Warning: Reading this post may lead to a review of your social media posts. Would you consider your general online activities as cringe-worthy or share-worthy? “Character is what you are in the dark,” American evangelist and publisher Dwight Moody once said. Now, thanks to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, his insightful quote can also be rephrased to, "Character is also what you are online.” Having said that, your online life brings with it great power and great responsibility. Your onlin

5 Ways to Bag Work-Life Balance Like a Pro

If you want to be successful, you have to hustle.  That's pretty much the cardinal rule of achieving your career goals in any industry. You have to put in the time and the elbow grease to succeed. It seems simple enough; do the hard work and it pays off. Proceed to enjoying the fruits of your labor. The trouble begins when all you seem to do is work but there’s not much enjoyment in your life. You’re finding it hard to balance your personal life and your career, or rather, there's no balance

How this Filipina millennial got her job in Sweden

Somewhere in the capital of Stockholm, Sweden, you'll find Francesa Santos. She also goes by the name of Frannie. Hailing from General Santos City [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/l/General-Santos/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=blog-CTA&utm_content=sweden-remarket-071416&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-CTA] , 24-year old Frannie studied in Ateneo de Manila University and graduated in 2012. After 6 months of working in the country, she found herself moving to Hong Kong and then

Fierce Pinays: 5 Inspiring Filipina Leaders

For many women around the world, the glass ceiling is unquestionably one of the most difficult things to deal with at work. Sometimes no matter how hard you work and even if you deserve that promotion, you won’t get it simply because of your gender. It’s not unfair but it’s a stark reality women everywhere deal with from time to time. Fortunately, women these days won’t let society’s faults get them down. Many Filipinas have proven that they aren’t just capable of smashing the glass ceiling;

Social Media Matters: How Your Online Life Can Help You Get A Job

Warning: Reading this post may lead to a review of your social media posts. Would you consider your general online activities as cringe-worthy or share-worthy? “Character is what you are in the dark,” American evangelist and publisher Dwight Moody once said. Now, thanks to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, his insightful quote can also be rephrased to, "Character is also what you are online.” Having said that, your online life brings with it great power and great responsibility. Your onlin

5 Ways to Bag Work-Life Balance Like a Pro

If you want to be successful, you have to hustle.  That's pretty much the cardinal rule of achieving your career goals in any industry. You have to put in the time and the elbow grease to succeed. It seems simple enough; do the hard work and it pays off. Proceed to enjoying the fruits of your labor. The trouble begins when all you seem to do is work but there’s not much enjoyment in your life. You’re finding it hard to balance your personal life and your career, or rather, there's no balance

How this Filipina millennial got her job in Sweden

Somewhere in the capital of Stockholm, Sweden, you'll find Francesa Santos. She also goes by the name of Frannie. Hailing from General Santos City [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/l/General-Santos/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=blog-CTA&utm_content=sweden-remarket-071416&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-CTA] , 24-year old Frannie studied in Ateneo de Manila University and graduated in 2012. After 6 months of working in the country, she found herself moving to Hong Kong and then

Fierce Pinays: 5 Inspiring Filipina Leaders

For many women around the world, the glass ceiling is unquestionably one of the most difficult things to deal with at work. Sometimes no matter how hard you work and even if you deserve that promotion, you won’t get it simply because of your gender. It’s not unfair but it’s a stark reality women everywhere deal with from time to time. Fortunately, women these days won’t let society’s faults get them down. Many Filipinas have proven that they aren’t just capable of smashing the glass ceiling;

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