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How This Filipina Entrepreneur Hustled Her Way Around the World

We’ve all heard those inspiring stories of young people quitting their well-paid jobs in exchange for their dreams of leading a nomadic lifestyle. It’s risky, but it’s an exciting and fulfilling lifestyle wherein people have proven it to be possible — therefore, it’s natural that a lot of people have come to aspire for it. But what if you didn’t have a well-paid job to come up with any savings or emergency fund for jumpstarting your travel dreams? Worse, what if you come from a less developed

6 Ways to Up Your Phone Interview Game

In today’s smartphone age, everyone is almost always one phone call away. This makes job hunting and hiring easier and much faster compared to the old days when you need to have a landline to be connected. Majority of today’s first interviews are done via phone, especially among multinationals such as Accenture in the Philippines, Sitel and IBM. These calls could last a good 10 to 15 minutes and will decide if you will receive a face-to-face interview or not. If you’re a fresh graduate loo

Who Do Managers, Teachers, and Accountants Marry?

It's an ever interesting point of conversation to hypothesize about who we're going to end up marrying one day. Single people love to guess and theorize and those in relationships can't help but wonder still. There's no algorithm to finding the answer to questions of who our future spouses will be and when or where we'll meet them but it doesn't hurt to look for trends and probabilities on the matter. That said, Bloomberg [http://www.bloomberg.com/] has put together probably the most interest

Meet The Mother of The Philippine BPO Industry

Today, there is no doubt that the BPO (business process outsourcing) industry is one of the biggest contributors to the growth the Philippines’ has achieved today [http://www.gov.ph/2016/01/28/statement-sec-purisima-q4-and-full-year-2015-gdp-growth/] . Aside from employing over one million Filipinos in the last 10 years [http://news.abs-cbn.com/focus/09/24/14/1m-filipinos-join-booming-outsourcing-sector] , it made up 6.9% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2014 [http://www.sourcef

How This Filipina Entrepreneur Hustled Her Way Around the World

We’ve all heard those inspiring stories of young people quitting their well-paid jobs in exchange for their dreams of leading a nomadic lifestyle. It’s risky, but it’s an exciting and fulfilling lifestyle wherein people have proven it to be possible — therefore, it’s natural that a lot of people have come to aspire for it. But what if you didn’t have a well-paid job to come up with any savings or emergency fund for jumpstarting your travel dreams? Worse, what if you come from a less developed

6 Ways to Up Your Phone Interview Game

In today’s smartphone age, everyone is almost always one phone call away. This makes job hunting and hiring easier and much faster compared to the old days when you need to have a landline to be connected. Majority of today’s first interviews are done via phone, especially among multinationals such as Accenture in the Philippines, Sitel and IBM. These calls could last a good 10 to 15 minutes and will decide if you will receive a face-to-face interview or not. If you’re a fresh graduate loo

Who Do Managers, Teachers, and Accountants Marry?

It's an ever interesting point of conversation to hypothesize about who we're going to end up marrying one day. Single people love to guess and theorize and those in relationships can't help but wonder still. There's no algorithm to finding the answer to questions of who our future spouses will be and when or where we'll meet them but it doesn't hurt to look for trends and probabilities on the matter. That said, Bloomberg [http://www.bloomberg.com/] has put together probably the most interest

Meet The Mother of The Philippine BPO Industry

Today, there is no doubt that the BPO (business process outsourcing) industry is one of the biggest contributors to the growth the Philippines’ has achieved today [http://www.gov.ph/2016/01/28/statement-sec-purisima-q4-and-full-year-2015-gdp-growth/] . Aside from employing over one million Filipinos in the last 10 years [http://news.abs-cbn.com/focus/09/24/14/1m-filipinos-join-booming-outsourcing-sector] , it made up 6.9% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2014 [http://www.sourcef

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