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Why You Should Consider A Job In Real Estate Right Now

The Fates have spoken! The continuous development of the country’s economy is definitely garnering a pool of new investors itching to take part in this progress, and predictions say that a great part of the economic development will come from the continuous and prolific growth in the real estate industry [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/co/Philippines/te/Real-Estate/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=blog-CTA&utm_content=real-estate-060616&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-CTA] . Wi

I'm Seriously Broke: 9 Signs You're Living Beyond Your Means

You've probably heard of the saying, "Spend now, save later" — the mindset of some modern millennials. And if, at one point in your life you've had this kind of mentality, you've probably also experienced your bank account going from "make it rain" to "make it last the week". It's a trend, and it's a bad one to follow as more and more young Filipinos are falling into debt faster than they can make bank. [http://business.inquirer.net/208241/ph-millennials-carry-more-debts-than-their-older-peers]

What Is Facebook's Favorite Interview Question?

There's only a handful of people in the world today who haven't heard of Facebook [http://facebook.com], the world's largest social network. For a platform that creates genius avenues for content, but none of the actual content, they have skyrocketed themselves into the big leagues of innovation. The 12 year old company, through it's 1.6 billions users [http://expandedramblings.com/index.php/by-the-numbers-17-amazing-facebook-stats/] , has created for itself a brand that is so iconic that other

Here's Why Millennials are the Future of E-Commerce

2000 was an interesting year: Eminem released his third album, Samuel L. Jackson got on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the Los Angeles Lakers beat Indiana Pacers in the 54th NBA Championship. Another exciting thing happened then—something that would later become the turning point for the Philippine economy—as then President Joseph Ejercito Estrada signed the Electronic Commerce Act. This action legally recognized all electronic data (from signatures, messages, documents and transactions) so t

Why You Should Consider A Job In Real Estate Right Now

The Fates have spoken! The continuous development of the country’s economy is definitely garnering a pool of new investors itching to take part in this progress, and predictions say that a great part of the economic development will come from the continuous and prolific growth in the real estate industry [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/co/Philippines/te/Real-Estate/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=blog-CTA&utm_content=real-estate-060616&ref=b2c-blog_free_blog-CTA] . Wi

I'm Seriously Broke: 9 Signs You're Living Beyond Your Means

You've probably heard of the saying, "Spend now, save later" — the mindset of some modern millennials. And if, at one point in your life you've had this kind of mentality, you've probably also experienced your bank account going from "make it rain" to "make it last the week". It's a trend, and it's a bad one to follow as more and more young Filipinos are falling into debt faster than they can make bank. [http://business.inquirer.net/208241/ph-millennials-carry-more-debts-than-their-older-peers]

What Is Facebook's Favorite Interview Question?

There's only a handful of people in the world today who haven't heard of Facebook [http://facebook.com], the world's largest social network. For a platform that creates genius avenues for content, but none of the actual content, they have skyrocketed themselves into the big leagues of innovation. The 12 year old company, through it's 1.6 billions users [http://expandedramblings.com/index.php/by-the-numbers-17-amazing-facebook-stats/] , has created for itself a brand that is so iconic that other

Here's Why Millennials are the Future of E-Commerce

2000 was an interesting year: Eminem released his third album, Samuel L. Jackson got on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the Los Angeles Lakers beat Indiana Pacers in the 54th NBA Championship. Another exciting thing happened then—something that would later become the turning point for the Philippine economy—as then President Joseph Ejercito Estrada signed the Electronic Commerce Act. This action legally recognized all electronic data (from signatures, messages, documents and transactions) so t

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