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Weekly Round-Up: PH Must Generate 14.6 M Jobs by 2020—World Bank

Being updated is key to getting ahead, but we know how hard it is to make sure you’ve read everything you need to know to stay in the know. Well, Kalibrr is here to help you. Introducing the Weekly Round-Up: a look back on the important news and articles about employment that you may have missed out on in the last week.We’re still testing it out, and would love to hear your ideas on how to improve this weekly post (or should we still keep it at all?). Tell us what you think by leaving a comment

8 Times Our Daily Commute Has Gotten the Best of Us

Whether you're a mid-20's professional who's lucky enough to live near your office, or someone who's truly unfortunate (i.e, me) to live kilometers away, then we probably know the struggles of public transport better than anyone. And "struggle" doesn't even begin to describe what we go through on a daily basis; whether that's taking the bus or train through EDSA, UV through C5, or a private vehicle through some eskinita that Waze is taking you, it seems that there's really no escaping Manila car

#VotePH: Who Will You Hire As Your President in 2016? (UPDATED)

In less than 2 months, the entire nation of the Philippines will be voting for the next President of the country — the leader who will be directing our country's future for the next six years after the elections. Now, you —mga bossing of the current President — have the chance to choose who the new President will be in 2016. And because being President is still a job, no matter how high up in the government, applicants will still have to submit their short resumes to you to apply for the posi

Take a Look Inside Manila Bulletin's Newsworthy Office

First incorporated in 1900, Manila Bulletin [http://www.mb.com.ph/] is 116 years old making it the oldest newspaper published in the country. The broadsheet has kept with the times, keeping Filipinos up to date and in the know. With a century old company, some people have got to wonder what the MB office looks like. Is it a photo straight out of Noli Me Tangere [http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/418285.Noli_Me_Tangere_Touch_Me_Not_]? Surprisingly, no. The Manila Bulletin office is appropriat

Weekly Round-Up: PH Must Generate 14.6 M Jobs by 2020—World Bank

Being updated is key to getting ahead, but we know how hard it is to make sure you’ve read everything you need to know to stay in the know. Well, Kalibrr is here to help you. Introducing the Weekly Round-Up: a look back on the important news and articles about employment that you may have missed out on in the last week.We’re still testing it out, and would love to hear your ideas on how to improve this weekly post (or should we still keep it at all?). Tell us what you think by leaving a comment

8 Times Our Daily Commute Has Gotten the Best of Us

Whether you're a mid-20's professional who's lucky enough to live near your office, or someone who's truly unfortunate (i.e, me) to live kilometers away, then we probably know the struggles of public transport better than anyone. And "struggle" doesn't even begin to describe what we go through on a daily basis; whether that's taking the bus or train through EDSA, UV through C5, or a private vehicle through some eskinita that Waze is taking you, it seems that there's really no escaping Manila car

#VotePH: Who Will You Hire As Your President in 2016? (UPDATED)

In less than 2 months, the entire nation of the Philippines will be voting for the next President of the country — the leader who will be directing our country's future for the next six years after the elections. Now, you —mga bossing of the current President — have the chance to choose who the new President will be in 2016. And because being President is still a job, no matter how high up in the government, applicants will still have to submit their short resumes to you to apply for the posi

Take a Look Inside Manila Bulletin's Newsworthy Office

First incorporated in 1900, Manila Bulletin [http://www.mb.com.ph/] is 116 years old making it the oldest newspaper published in the country. The broadsheet has kept with the times, keeping Filipinos up to date and in the know. With a century old company, some people have got to wonder what the MB office looks like. Is it a photo straight out of Noli Me Tangere [http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/418285.Noli_Me_Tangere_Touch_Me_Not_]? Surprisingly, no. The Manila Bulletin office is appropriat

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