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How this Filipina millennial got her job in Sweden

Somewhere in the capital of Stockholm, Sweden, you'll find Francesa Santos. She also goes by the name of Frannie. Hailing from General Santos City [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/l/General-Santos/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=blog-CTA&utm_content=sweden-remarket-071416&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-CTA] , 24-year old Frannie studied in Ateneo de Manila University and graduated in 2012. After 6 months of working in the country, she found herself moving to Hong Kong and then

#CareerCrossroad: The Pros and Cons of Staying at Your Job While Job Hunting

So you plan on looking for a new job, huh? If you’ve reached the point where you’ve had enough of your current job, you are no longer your happy, productive, and thriving self - then you can definitely say you are at a career crossroads. Here, there are 3 paths you can choose from. You can a) jump ship aka resign, b) stay the course, remain on the job and hope things get better or c) all of the above. You can definitely play the “best-of-both-worlds” card and remain on the job while on the

How my Ateneo org life led to job hunt success

If there’s one thing I have learned in the past few months of job hunting it's that extra curricular activities really do go a long way. Of course interviewers look at your course, your internship, your personality, your achievements, and all that jazz. But in interviews, one thing I find myself dwelling on and being asked about is my organization experience in Ateneo. There's a lot of truth to the advice that besides having honors or various achievements, it’s important to immerse yoursel

5 Things I Didn’t Expect When I Moved Away from the Philippines

When I first decided to move to the United States for a job opportunity, a lot of people told me “ang tapang mo naman!” I didn’t understand at first. I equated courage with saving a life, serving your country or surviving a fatal disease. Moving abroad to follow my dreams didn’t seem like a big deal. While I still wouldn’t say that I was brave, I can say that there is a certain amount of gutsiness involved in packing up your entire life and moving thousands of miles away from home. The tho

How this Filipina millennial got her job in Sweden

Somewhere in the capital of Stockholm, Sweden, you'll find Francesa Santos. She also goes by the name of Frannie. Hailing from General Santos City [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/l/General-Santos/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=blog-CTA&utm_content=sweden-remarket-071416&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-CTA] , 24-year old Frannie studied in Ateneo de Manila University and graduated in 2012. After 6 months of working in the country, she found herself moving to Hong Kong and then

#CareerCrossroad: The Pros and Cons of Staying at Your Job While Job Hunting

So you plan on looking for a new job, huh? If you’ve reached the point where you’ve had enough of your current job, you are no longer your happy, productive, and thriving self - then you can definitely say you are at a career crossroads. Here, there are 3 paths you can choose from. You can a) jump ship aka resign, b) stay the course, remain on the job and hope things get better or c) all of the above. You can definitely play the “best-of-both-worlds” card and remain on the job while on the

How my Ateneo org life led to job hunt success

If there’s one thing I have learned in the past few months of job hunting it's that extra curricular activities really do go a long way. Of course interviewers look at your course, your internship, your personality, your achievements, and all that jazz. But in interviews, one thing I find myself dwelling on and being asked about is my organization experience in Ateneo. There's a lot of truth to the advice that besides having honors or various achievements, it’s important to immerse yoursel

5 Things I Didn’t Expect When I Moved Away from the Philippines

When I first decided to move to the United States for a job opportunity, a lot of people told me “ang tapang mo naman!” I didn’t understand at first. I equated courage with saving a life, serving your country or surviving a fatal disease. Moving abroad to follow my dreams didn’t seem like a big deal. While I still wouldn’t say that I was brave, I can say that there is a certain amount of gutsiness involved in packing up your entire life and moving thousands of miles away from home. The tho

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