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The Most Obvious Reason To Quit Your Job

This is one of those questions that you won’t see asked in local game shows. The question of the hour is (insert drum roll here) - When is the best time to quit your job? Delightful Communications founder Mel Carson offers some career food for thought on the subject [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/best-advice-when-quit-your-job-mel-carson] given at a work function (Yay! Sage advice given during drinks! A novel concept!). This is how it went:> When asked to say a few words, all he said was, 'My a

The Philippines Is 4th Top Country Where Your Boss Will Most Likely Be A Woman

When it comes to being the boss lady, it looks like it really is more fun in the Philippines. An article from the Washington Post [http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/01/13/the-three-countries-where-your-boss-is-more-likely-to-be-a-woman/] reported a new study by the International Labour Organization (ILO) that showed an increasing number of businesses are now owned or managed by women. The Philippines is number four on that list. The report shows that in the Philippines, 47

Here's Why Manila Is the Best Place to Be an Expat

Forget Singapore, forget Hong Kong. Manila is the best place to be an expat — and 10 expats will tell you why. We’ve all heard that Manila has increasingly become a center of economic growth and foreign investments, and with great foreign investments come a great number of friendly neighborhood expats. In 2010, the NSO stated that almost 200,000 foreigners were living in the Philippines [https://psa.gov.ph/content/foreign-citizens-philippines-results-2010-census]. I don’t know what the curren

How To Get Through Work With A Broken Heart

We can get our heart broken in many different ways. People will disappoint you, hurt you, and sometimes leave you crying in the shower for days. A broken heart can be a crippling, agonizing thing, and we Pinoys really know how to feel the pain. While some people cope by burying themselves in work, others find it difficult to keep their emotions out of the office. Here are a few things to remember to help you cope with work even if your heart’s in pieces:It’s Normal. First of all, remember that t

The Most Obvious Reason To Quit Your Job

This is one of those questions that you won’t see asked in local game shows. The question of the hour is (insert drum roll here) - When is the best time to quit your job? Delightful Communications founder Mel Carson offers some career food for thought on the subject [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/best-advice-when-quit-your-job-mel-carson] given at a work function (Yay! Sage advice given during drinks! A novel concept!). This is how it went:> When asked to say a few words, all he said was, 'My a

The Philippines Is 4th Top Country Where Your Boss Will Most Likely Be A Woman

When it comes to being the boss lady, it looks like it really is more fun in the Philippines. An article from the Washington Post [http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/01/13/the-three-countries-where-your-boss-is-more-likely-to-be-a-woman/] reported a new study by the International Labour Organization (ILO) that showed an increasing number of businesses are now owned or managed by women. The Philippines is number four on that list. The report shows that in the Philippines, 47

Here's Why Manila Is the Best Place to Be an Expat

Forget Singapore, forget Hong Kong. Manila is the best place to be an expat — and 10 expats will tell you why. We’ve all heard that Manila has increasingly become a center of economic growth and foreign investments, and with great foreign investments come a great number of friendly neighborhood expats. In 2010, the NSO stated that almost 200,000 foreigners were living in the Philippines [https://psa.gov.ph/content/foreign-citizens-philippines-results-2010-census]. I don’t know what the curren

How To Get Through Work With A Broken Heart

We can get our heart broken in many different ways. People will disappoint you, hurt you, and sometimes leave you crying in the shower for days. A broken heart can be a crippling, agonizing thing, and we Pinoys really know how to feel the pain. While some people cope by burying themselves in work, others find it difficult to keep their emotions out of the office. Here are a few things to remember to help you cope with work even if your heart’s in pieces:It’s Normal. First of all, remember that t

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