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How This Woman Went From College Dropout to Top 1% of Millennials

Real life fairy tales today come in the form of the Mark Zuckerbergs and Steve Jobs. Those rags to riches stories star once average Juans who often have no college degrees, little money, but a ball bustling drive to get them going. Millennials dream of becoming the next Zuckerberg or Jobs and while few reach Facebook or Apple status, some of them do find a silver lining. We just don't hear about it. Lauren Holliday is one of those unsung cinderella stories. Like many Americans with college lo

Product Updates for candidates that recruiters should know about

Before the month of February ends, here are some of the things our product team has worked on! Kalibrr is a marketplace for recruiters and candidates. We build features and continuously improve on them for both. To improve your recruiting, we wanted to let you know about a few updates we worked on for our candidates. It's easier to source, select and hire when you know how the other side sees and interacts with you!Candidates can now see if recruiters respond fast on your job posts. [https

Weekly Round-Up: "Workers worse off 30 years after EDSA ’86" — KMU

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

This Is What It Was Like To Interview Imelda Marcos

If you were given a chance to interview the most notorious woman in Philippine history, how would it make you feel? Excited? Anxious? Would you start to hyperventilate and throw up? Well, if you were 16, innocent and a bit naive, perhaps those mixed emotions I mentioned wouldn't be that difficult to comprehend. In an article fromRappler [http://www.rappler.com/rappler-blogs/122087-interview-imelda-marcos], writer Marguerite de Leon [http://www.rappler.com/authorprofile/marguerite-de-leon] des

How This Woman Went From College Dropout to Top 1% of Millennials

Real life fairy tales today come in the form of the Mark Zuckerbergs and Steve Jobs. Those rags to riches stories star once average Juans who often have no college degrees, little money, but a ball bustling drive to get them going. Millennials dream of becoming the next Zuckerberg or Jobs and while few reach Facebook or Apple status, some of them do find a silver lining. We just don't hear about it. Lauren Holliday is one of those unsung cinderella stories. Like many Americans with college lo

Product Updates for candidates that recruiters should know about

Before the month of February ends, here are some of the things our product team has worked on! Kalibrr is a marketplace for recruiters and candidates. We build features and continuously improve on them for both. To improve your recruiting, we wanted to let you know about a few updates we worked on for our candidates. It's easier to source, select and hire when you know how the other side sees and interacts with you!Candidates can now see if recruiters respond fast on your job posts. [https

Weekly Round-Up: "Workers worse off 30 years after EDSA ’86" — KMU

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

This Is What It Was Like To Interview Imelda Marcos

If you were given a chance to interview the most notorious woman in Philippine history, how would it make you feel? Excited? Anxious? Would you start to hyperventilate and throw up? Well, if you were 16, innocent and a bit naive, perhaps those mixed emotions I mentioned wouldn't be that difficult to comprehend. In an article fromRappler [http://www.rappler.com/rappler-blogs/122087-interview-imelda-marcos], writer Marguerite de Leon [http://www.rappler.com/authorprofile/marguerite-de-leon] des

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