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Does Your Degree Limit Your Choice of Career?

Let me guess, at some point, maybe while you're struggling to finish your thesis, you’ve asked yourself: is this really what I’ll be doing from here on out? Maybe you’re one of the many who, three years into college, started doubting the huge decision your 17-year old self made while filling out college application forms: your college degree. For whatever reason, somehow, you’re worried you may have taken the wrong degree, and are now obsessing over how much it would affect your life moving forw

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

The Good (and The Bad) in Hiring The Fresh Grads of 2016

Graduation season is about to commence and soon enough, the fresh grads will be framing their diplomas and picking up their resumes. Your HR inbox will start to flood with inquiries and applications from the class of 2016 and it's probably best that you know what you're getting yourself into.The Good Truckloads of enthusiasm livinglifeonfire [https://www.kalibrr.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Enthusiasm.png])"> They are fresh. As terrified as they are to enter the "real world", these kid

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

Does Your Degree Limit Your Choice of Career?

Let me guess, at some point, maybe while you're struggling to finish your thesis, you’ve asked yourself: is this really what I’ll be doing from here on out? Maybe you’re one of the many who, three years into college, started doubting the huge decision your 17-year old self made while filling out college application forms: your college degree. For whatever reason, somehow, you’re worried you may have taken the wrong degree, and are now obsessing over how much it would affect your life moving forw

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

The Good (and The Bad) in Hiring The Fresh Grads of 2016

Graduation season is about to commence and soon enough, the fresh grads will be framing their diplomas and picking up their resumes. Your HR inbox will start to flood with inquiries and applications from the class of 2016 and it's probably best that you know what you're getting yourself into.The Good Truckloads of enthusiasm livinglifeonfire [https://www.kalibrr.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Enthusiasm.png])"> They are fresh. As terrified as they are to enter the "real world", these kid

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

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