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Including how to answer super tough questions.
Job hunting at any stage in life can be daunting, more so if you are a fresh graduate. It may seem that recruiters favor young applicants because of multiple factors including age, lower asking salaries and the opportunity to bring new ideas
'I wasn't thinking about the money. I was going after what I love the most.'
Growing up, I came from a family of medical professionals and educators. My mom is a nurse by profession and my dad is a veterinarian. Life wasn't easy for them. Lumaki sa hirap ang mga magulang ko and I'
Because of course, you want to sound as professional as possible.
A job interview invitation is a great sign but it does not guarantee you a job offer. How do you increase your chances of getting hired in these initial stages of communication? When you are job hunting, every form of communication with
You've got to try this!
In my line of work, I spend *several* hours online. When I'm not on my laptop, chances are you'll see me scrolling through my phone. Not gonna lie, my screen time can get pretty intense. In fact, as
'My career so far has not just been about becoming a better writer, but it's also a journey towards self-love and self-care.'
My Communication degree didn't groom me for a career in writing. I chanced upon a job listing posted by a friend in a Facebook group. It was a callout for someone who liked to tell stories for a travel and
According to JobStreet, these jobs typically pay an average of P27,000/month.
If there's one thing that the global pandemic taught us, it's that getting a job doesn't necessarily mean leaving your house. Online jobs are allowing us to work from home on a part-time or full-time basis, making
It's like a career coach in book form!
Earlier today, I was randomly going through my Facebook memories when I saw photos of me in a toga. Apparently, it has been four years since my college graduation. When I posted a throwback on my Instagram stories, a lot of my
'Getting my first insurance was 11 years in the making.'
Getting my first insurance was 11 years in the making. For most people, it's usually easy. Some may even be able to get more than one insurance for themselves. While others can afford to travel, go to big schools, and
'Marketing taught me that Microsoft Excel is life.'
NGL, I miss college. When people say that it's the best four years of your life, somehow, they aren't kidding. I graduated four years ago but if you ask me, I can still recall the most memorable details-
Here's what a motivational speaker has to say.
Growing up, when it came to a point where we had to make some *big decisions* in life-like what course to pursue or what kind of job to apply for-there were always those people who would say, "Follow your heart"
Whether it's because of her personality or working style.
Are you having difficulty getting along with someone in your workplace? Is it a difference in personality or working style? So how do you respect individual differences? The good news is that there are ways you can try to work it out,
It's a health hazard, you guys.
If you've been clocking in more hours than what's expected of you these days, you've probably thought two things: Ano bang ginagawa ko? Worth it ba 'to?While it's absolutely possible to feel
'I *love* organizing and it's such a game changer! It gets things done.'
Decluttering, organizing, and basically getting your life together isn't always easy. But hey, the good news is it can be done. Small actions can already go a long way (like plotting events on calendars and listing important to-dos on
Take this time to upskill.
The tourism and travel sector was heavily affected when it came to happiness. In the JobStreet COVID-19 August 2020 Job Report, quality of life in this industry dropped by -63 percent! As the world slowly recovers, there is good news: Airline
I feel like a fraud and I don't know why. Normal ba 'to?
Q: I've been working for almost 10 years now, so marami na rin akong nagawa at natutunan. Objectively, alam ko naman 'yun. Pero sometimes, when I'm praised at work or may na-accomplish ako, I have this
Here's what an expert has to say.
Q: Grabe talaga yung stress sa work these days kasi 'di talaga namin ma-meet yung expectations ng company dahil sa pandemic. Everyone's just expected to do double the work pa. I find myself posting about my feelings on
Here are expert tips on how to do it, according to JobStreet.
Money talks. Amid the constant and consistent shifts life brings, it is still the most relevant and evergreen statement today. Whoever said money isn't everything may have a slight grain of truth in it, but money definitely stirs things up.
They invest in employee success, career development, and equity and inclusion.
If you're looking to move up at work, consider yourself lucky if you're an employee for any of those in LinkedIn's Top Companies in the Philippines for 2021. The professional network came out with their list
And other questions you'll get answers to at JobStreet's Virtual Career Fair.
When I was in college, one of the events I somehow always looked forward to was the annual career fair. As much as it was scary to think about what life would be like after graduation (hello, adulting), it was also kinda
The good *and* the bad.
Aside from writing articles and coordinating with talents, part of my job is also to handle our team's Instagram account. I post IG stories, reply to comments from our followers, and upload social posts. One of the tools that'