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This Is How You Declutter Your Resume — And Improve Your Chances of Getting An Interview

It's hard to have nothing to write in your resume, but the opposite isn't any easier. During the initial screening, recruiters spend only seconds to decide [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2016/10/7-seconds-to-impress/?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=anchor-text&utm_campaign=blog-cta&utm_content=declutter-resume&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-cta_declutter-resume] whether you're worth the next step — and that means you have to keep your resume short and sweet. You don't have to shortchange yourself to co

The Government Wants You: Government Jobs in BIR, TESDA, PPPCP, DSWD, and DOTC (UPDATED)

There's still a lot of change to be done, and the government needs a lot of great minds and talent to make that happen. Check out these government jobs and vacancies [https://www.kalibrr.com/discover/industry/govph?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=government-jobs-2017&utm_content=government-jobs-2017-in-text&ref=b2c-blog_free_government-jobs-2017_government-jobs-2017-in-text] and be part of the new team of nation-builders! Not all government jobs below require applicants t

9 Sleep Myths That Are Ruining Your Career (and How to Fix Them)

This article originally appeared on Inc Southeast Asia [http://inc-asean.com/key-getting-staying-happy-according-worlds-happiest-country/] . Read more here [http://inc-asean.com/]. Think you can forgo a night—or even a couple extra hours—of sleep and still get by at work? Think again. According to Dr. Robert Oexman—Director of the Sleep to Live Institute— [http://sleeptoliveinstitute.com/]there are 7 sleep myths that can get in the way of a good night's sleep [http://www.inc.com/peter-economy

How I Beat My Hardships and Built a Career Training Others to Succeed

Started from the bottom Being born to parents who were considered poor and did not finish their education may seem a cross to bear. My mom gave birth to me when she was 43 and to a father was a construction worker. My father was forced to work in Saudi Arabia and Iraq to make ends meet for the family while my mother worked as everything from a labandera, kusinera, kasambahay and even as a balut vendor. We lived in a slum portion of Pasay, considered a “squatters” area. It was near the river and

This Is How You Declutter Your Resume — And Improve Your Chances of Getting An Interview

It's hard to have nothing to write in your resume, but the opposite isn't any easier. During the initial screening, recruiters spend only seconds to decide [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2016/10/7-seconds-to-impress/?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=anchor-text&utm_campaign=blog-cta&utm_content=declutter-resume&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-cta_declutter-resume] whether you're worth the next step — and that means you have to keep your resume short and sweet. You don't have to shortchange yourself to co

The Government Wants You: Government Jobs in BIR, TESDA, PPPCP, DSWD, and DOTC (UPDATED)

There's still a lot of change to be done, and the government needs a lot of great minds and talent to make that happen. Check out these government jobs and vacancies [https://www.kalibrr.com/discover/industry/govph?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=government-jobs-2017&utm_content=government-jobs-2017-in-text&ref=b2c-blog_free_government-jobs-2017_government-jobs-2017-in-text] and be part of the new team of nation-builders! Not all government jobs below require applicants t

9 Sleep Myths That Are Ruining Your Career (and How to Fix Them)

This article originally appeared on Inc Southeast Asia [http://inc-asean.com/key-getting-staying-happy-according-worlds-happiest-country/] . Read more here [http://inc-asean.com/]. Think you can forgo a night—or even a couple extra hours—of sleep and still get by at work? Think again. According to Dr. Robert Oexman—Director of the Sleep to Live Institute— [http://sleeptoliveinstitute.com/]there are 7 sleep myths that can get in the way of a good night's sleep [http://www.inc.com/peter-economy

How I Beat My Hardships and Built a Career Training Others to Succeed

Started from the bottom Being born to parents who were considered poor and did not finish their education may seem a cross to bear. My mom gave birth to me when she was 43 and to a father was a construction worker. My father was forced to work in Saudi Arabia and Iraq to make ends meet for the family while my mother worked as everything from a labandera, kusinera, kasambahay and even as a balut vendor. We lived in a slum portion of Pasay, considered a “squatters” area. It was near the river and

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