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5 Stages of Accepting a Job Abroad If You're Filipino

Congratulations, you've just accepted a job abroad! [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/03/5-traits-successful-filipino-expat/] You’ve signed the contract and you’re ready to earn expat amounts of money. But, you will also have to live in another country for a few years. As much as you hate Philippine traffic [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/type-commuter/], politics, government, crime, entertainment, and Kris Aquino, this overcrowded country also contains the majority of your friend

Why a Summa Cum Laude Chose to Work at Kalibrr

22 years old. A summa cum laude, fresh from finishing an Ateneo education. App-maker, designer and manager. In love with technology. It sounds like the description for a 20-something off to take the corporate business world by storm and conquer it. Instead, it’s the bio of a smart girl who chose to work for a humble start-up. Meet Joan Magno. [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/10429858_856311734429680_3512093084115154433_n.jpg] Working for the futureIn March of 201

5 Traits of a Successful Filipino Expat

For a lot of Filipinos, working abroad is the dream -- living in a different country, earning dollars or euros, and being a rich balikbayan. But relocating and working abroad is more than Duty Free shopping, currency exchange, and sending money back to the Philippines. When you work abroad you will basically be a grown adult completely transplanted from everything familiar and forced to make new friends, find new favorite hang outs, and relearn much of what you know about living. So how can y

The Secret Downside of Flexible Jobs

What can folks possibly love about a flexible job [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/8-jobs-will-let-work-from-home/] (defined here as a job that presents options on when and where you work)? The answer: Being in a flexible job. What can folks possibly not love about the same job? The answer could also be: Being in a flexible job. For the many workers reporting to the office via the daily commute [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/type-commuter/], logic may suggest viewing “flexi”

5 Stages of Accepting a Job Abroad If You're Filipino

Congratulations, you've just accepted a job abroad! [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/03/5-traits-successful-filipino-expat/] You’ve signed the contract and you’re ready to earn expat amounts of money. But, you will also have to live in another country for a few years. As much as you hate Philippine traffic [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/type-commuter/], politics, government, crime, entertainment, and Kris Aquino, this overcrowded country also contains the majority of your friend

Why a Summa Cum Laude Chose to Work at Kalibrr

22 years old. A summa cum laude, fresh from finishing an Ateneo education. App-maker, designer and manager. In love with technology. It sounds like the description for a 20-something off to take the corporate business world by storm and conquer it. Instead, it’s the bio of a smart girl who chose to work for a humble start-up. Meet Joan Magno. [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/10429858_856311734429680_3512093084115154433_n.jpg] Working for the futureIn March of 201

5 Traits of a Successful Filipino Expat

For a lot of Filipinos, working abroad is the dream -- living in a different country, earning dollars or euros, and being a rich balikbayan. But relocating and working abroad is more than Duty Free shopping, currency exchange, and sending money back to the Philippines. When you work abroad you will basically be a grown adult completely transplanted from everything familiar and forced to make new friends, find new favorite hang outs, and relearn much of what you know about living. So how can y

The Secret Downside of Flexible Jobs

What can folks possibly love about a flexible job [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/8-jobs-will-let-work-from-home/] (defined here as a job that presents options on when and where you work)? The answer: Being in a flexible job. What can folks possibly not love about the same job? The answer could also be: Being in a flexible job. For the many workers reporting to the office via the daily commute [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/type-commuter/], logic may suggest viewing “flexi”

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