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No degree? No problem: Jobs you can get without a college degree

In the Philippines, having a college degree makes it much easier to get into the professional world. More often than not, the lack of a college diploma could mean a lack of good, well-paying jobs you can choose from. But if for some reason or another, you had to leave college or weren't able to start at all, it's not the end of the world. Here, Kalibrr [https://www.kalibrr.com] lists industries and companies where there can be opportunities for people with and without a college degree. In

4 Best Apps to Help You Track your Salary

There ought to be an elective class in universities that would teach impressionable youth proper handling of their finances. Most people entering the office world are blinded by financial freedom. They are finally earning their own money, not depending on mom and dad for allowance. At least, they shouldn't. But this new-found freedom will become their undoing. Irresponsible spending seems to be a plague for most millennials. You only live once, right? After a few years, living in the momen

Call Center Applicants How-to's: Improving your English speech

The Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry in the Philippines is very accepting when it comes to hiring call center personnel. Compared to other fields, most call centers are open to employing anyone regardless of age, sex, and educational attainment as long as you have the basic skill required for the work: speaking English. Make no mistake, it’s not the only skill needed but without it, you might as well consider another job. Another option is, not to give up and actually make an effor

How to Ace an Interview for a Sales and Marketing Job

Job interviews will always be nerve-wracking. When you know that your credentials are being scrutinized and that you’ve probably been Google searched already, there’s a tendency to feel like you’re being cross-examined. For a lot of interviewees, nothing can throw them off than being asked, “So, tell me about yourself.” It leaves you asking so many questions: Can I mention my family? Should I talk about my action figure collection? What do companies really want to know when they ask you th

No degree? No problem: Jobs you can get without a college degree

In the Philippines, having a college degree makes it much easier to get into the professional world. More often than not, the lack of a college diploma could mean a lack of good, well-paying jobs you can choose from. But if for some reason or another, you had to leave college or weren't able to start at all, it's not the end of the world. Here, Kalibrr [https://www.kalibrr.com] lists industries and companies where there can be opportunities for people with and without a college degree. In

4 Best Apps to Help You Track your Salary

There ought to be an elective class in universities that would teach impressionable youth proper handling of their finances. Most people entering the office world are blinded by financial freedom. They are finally earning their own money, not depending on mom and dad for allowance. At least, they shouldn't. But this new-found freedom will become their undoing. Irresponsible spending seems to be a plague for most millennials. You only live once, right? After a few years, living in the momen

Call Center Applicants How-to's: Improving your English speech

The Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry in the Philippines is very accepting when it comes to hiring call center personnel. Compared to other fields, most call centers are open to employing anyone regardless of age, sex, and educational attainment as long as you have the basic skill required for the work: speaking English. Make no mistake, it’s not the only skill needed but without it, you might as well consider another job. Another option is, not to give up and actually make an effor

How to Ace an Interview for a Sales and Marketing Job

Job interviews will always be nerve-wracking. When you know that your credentials are being scrutinized and that you’ve probably been Google searched already, there’s a tendency to feel like you’re being cross-examined. For a lot of interviewees, nothing can throw them off than being asked, “So, tell me about yourself.” It leaves you asking so many questions: Can I mention my family? Should I talk about my action figure collection? What do companies really want to know when they ask you th

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