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#CareerCon2019: The Employees of the Future are Self-Employed

The ‘gig economy’ is here to stay, and having a mindset that you are a company will help make it easier to be ready for working in the future The conveniences brought about by the internet and the related advancements in communication and technology, and the inconveniences brought about by traffic and the increasing costs of fuel and even operational maintenance, has led to an increased acceptance in remote and freelance work. According to Shahab Shabibi, “By 2055, 60% of the jobs will be ‘on-

Five Careers/Industries to Consider Outside the Metro

In the event that you want to live and work in a place a little less frantic than the Philippines’ capital region, the following are some opportunities you might want to look into In the Philippines, there is no denying that Metro Manila continues to be the focal point of economic growth and infrastructural development. According to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), the National Capital Region continued to account for the largest share of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2

#CareerCon2019: Succeeding in a Corporate or Startup Setting

Each company has its ups and downs, its pros and cons, and knowing which is which in corporations and in startups will help you know where (and how) you can best succeed While the saying “the grass is always greener on the other side (of the fence)” wasn’t originally coined to refer to careers and companies, it is probably most used when comparing certain aspects of work. These days, continued digital advancements have provided us with another comparative quandy- that between startups and corpo

Notable Philippine Tech Start-Ups to Build a Career in

Tech start-ups in the country present a unique opportunity, as a successful company scaling up often means a similar growth in the careers of those behind it As Millenials, or those born between 1980 to 1999 (depending on who you ask), proceed to account for an estimated 75% of the world’s working population by 2025, their insistence to question the traditional way of doing business has made start-up companies the new norm. At home in the midst of the accelerated rate of change, replacement, an

#CareerCon2019: The Employees of the Future are Self-Employed

The ‘gig economy’ is here to stay, and having a mindset that you are a company will help make it easier to be ready for working in the future The conveniences brought about by the internet and the related advancements in communication and technology, and the inconveniences brought about by traffic and the increasing costs of fuel and even operational maintenance, has led to an increased acceptance in remote and freelance work. According to Shahab Shabibi, “By 2055, 60% of the jobs will be ‘on-

Five Careers/Industries to Consider Outside the Metro

In the event that you want to live and work in a place a little less frantic than the Philippines’ capital region, the following are some opportunities you might want to look into In the Philippines, there is no denying that Metro Manila continues to be the focal point of economic growth and infrastructural development. According to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), the National Capital Region continued to account for the largest share of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2

#CareerCon2019: Succeeding in a Corporate or Startup Setting

Each company has its ups and downs, its pros and cons, and knowing which is which in corporations and in startups will help you know where (and how) you can best succeed While the saying “the grass is always greener on the other side (of the fence)” wasn’t originally coined to refer to careers and companies, it is probably most used when comparing certain aspects of work. These days, continued digital advancements have provided us with another comparative quandy- that between startups and corpo

Notable Philippine Tech Start-Ups to Build a Career in

Tech start-ups in the country present a unique opportunity, as a successful company scaling up often means a similar growth in the careers of those behind it As Millenials, or those born between 1980 to 1999 (depending on who you ask), proceed to account for an estimated 75% of the world’s working population by 2025, their insistence to question the traditional way of doing business has made start-up companies the new norm. At home in the midst of the accelerated rate of change, replacement, an

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