Career

Jobs For Fresh Graduates
Dino Mari Testa

More Job Opportunities Await Fresh Grads In 2018

If you’re a new graduate and you’re wondering if there’s a job waiting for you, don’t worry.According to a popular job placement portal, employment opportunities for new grads have grown during the first three months of 2018.In a report by GMA News Onl...

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Quit Job
Dino Mari Testa

12 Telltale Signs You Should Move On From Your Current Job

Being employed is a lot like being in a relationship: There are ups and downs, but at the end of the day, the two of you stay together because you need one another.Unfortunately, like many relationships, sometimes, after a while the love light just fades. When...

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Build, Build, Build Projects
Kathryn Jalbuena

'Build, Build, Build' Projects To Earn P31 Trillion And Generate Over A Million Jobs

The fruits of the government’s Build, Build, Build project will lead to over a million jobs and generate P31 trillion for the country’s coffers.During a press briefing on Wednesday (June 27), the National Economic and Development authority (NEDA) released ...

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Philippine Holidays In 2018
Kathryn Jalbuena

List Of Philippine Holidays In 2018 And What They Mean For Your Payslip

You know it's a good year when you get more days off on top of the 18 national public holidays declared at the onset of year.June 15, 2018 has just been proclaimed a national holiday in observance of Eid’l Fitr. We're talking about a long payday weekend righ...

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Nationwide P750 Wage Hike
Dino Mari Testa

How The Proposed P750 National Minimum Wage May Affect Businesses And Laborers

The minimum wage has always been a tricky area to navigate. In the Philippines, left-wing groups have always advocated for a universal base pay that would allow Filipinos to live humanely. However, it’s an issue, with a lot of potential ramifications policym...

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Telecommuting Act 2017
Kathryn Jalbuena

Telecommuting Act: House Approves 'Work-From-Home' Bill On Final Reading

The dream of avoiding the daily commute and working conveniently at home is now closer to a reality for the average Filipino worker.The House of Representatives has unanimously approved a bill that will give Filipino employees the option to work from home.Hous...

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Things Only People With OFW Relatives Can Relate To
Kathryn Jalbuena

Things Only People With OFW Relatives Can Relate To

The circumstances of an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW)—why they left, where they went, and what they do—may vary, but one thing they all have in common: They’ve left someone behind in the Philippines.For the brother, sisters, mothers, fathers, titos, tit...

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Guide to Employee Requirements and IDs
Kristel Serran

Adulting 101: A Fresh Grad's Guide To Employee Requirements And IDs

(Editor’s Note: Adulting 101 is a series of articles that will serve as a guide for young adults on various adulting stuff.)Hey, fresh grads! Welcome to the real world. In case you didn't know, it's a world where, however you choose to see it, you’re going...

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Wise Investments To Make In Your 40s
Kristel Serran

4 Wise Investments To Make In Your 40s

Start saving while you are young, most financial advisers would say. But if you find yourself quite late in the game, your 40s are just a good time as any to start.All you need to do is choose a type of investment that has a good potential for growth; one that...

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What Happend To The Bar Exam Topnotchers of Yesteryears
Dino Mari Testa

Past Bar Exam Topnotchers And Where They Are Now

The results for the November 2017 Philippine Bar Examination are out.Out of the total 7,227 law school hopefuls, a quarter of the exam takers passed with flying colors.This year’s topnotcher, Mark John Simundo of University of St. La Salle bagged the highest...

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