Yeah, start dun sa field na gusto mo talaga.. no matter how petty you get paid, aakyat at aakyat ka jan
Tips For The Newly Graduates
Posted 03 February 2018 - 09:53 PM
Posted 05 February 2018 - 03:02 PM
It always pays to be kind to your officemates pag bago ka pa lang sa trabaho.
Posted 11 February 2018 - 03:17 PM
make the most out of your education, pero stay humble. makibagay sa mga kasama at makakasama. it pays to be kind.
Posted 05 March 2018 - 12:30 PM
First of all, don't be too stuck on the mindset "gusto ko kasi magamit yung pinag-aralan ko" when looking for a job. Madaming di nakakahanap ng trabaho sa ganyang pag-iisip, lalo na sa pagtingin sa BPO jobs. Kailangan makapagtrabaho ka muna sa madaling panahon para maging productive ka, mas madali maghanap hg malilipatan kesa nakatengga ka dahil di match yung mga available jobs sa college course mo.
Posted 19 March 2018 - 11:43 AM
Posted 19 March 2018 - 04:22 PM
Be yourself and be open to mistakes, learn from them and then you'll eventually grow as a person. If your boss is toxic, maybe find a job that you'll love.
I think Jack Ma had a quote saying that you should find a good boss.
Posted 23 March 2018 - 06:58 PM
Una wag mayabang, maging friendly sa magiging ka officemate, always on time (hehe dito medyo sablay ako, nalalate gawa nang traffic sa manila), sumunod sa boss hehe kahit medyo kups lastly work life balance.
Posted 28 March 2018 - 11:04 PM
-stay on the chosen job for atleast 2-3 years for experience
-dont do job hopping (tenure is vital for future reference)
-dont waste time
-never stop learning
-earn and save money
Posted 02 April 2018 - 07:47 PM
If you're applying for your first job, don't apply for one job opening at a time. It will take too long to get an ideal job offer. Send out 10-20 applications, or more if you can manage it. Make that 50. Not all job openings are advertised. If you want to work for a company, send them a letter.
Not all of them will reply but every reply that you get will benefit you one way or another. Why? Because job interviews and exams are free. Going to the interview site will give you an idea about the daily commute. You will also get to see the insides of the offices and see what the employees are wearing. Use that knowledge to choose your business attire.
Make it your full-time job to send out applications, attend job interviews and take job exams. Don't let a week go by without having any. Use that experience as practice. You will get better after a few tries. The exams and interviews become easier after you get the hang of it, because they ask the same questions and make you write the same essay.
Once you've had a few job offers it will come in handy when the interviewer asks: "Do you have any job offers?". If your answer is Yes, the next question will be: "How much did they offer you?". That means they are deciding how much to offer. Your previous offers can make your next offer higher.
Posted 18 April 2018 - 06:30 PM
Wag kang mayabang. I swear... di porke't nakapagtapos ka sa magandang school eh kailanga. 20k+ na ang demand mo sa sweldo.
And always be hungry. I personally dont like hiring from the top 3 - UPD, ADMU, DLSUM. Because the hunger is not there. Or at least it's not as much as candidates from the other school.
Disclaimer1 : I have hired from all those 3, but I usually just dont get good hires from those 3.
Disclaimer2 : Im animo myself.
Posted 19 April 2018 - 07:50 PM
1. During interviews, focus on the interview not on your phone. Otherwise, it's an automatic fail.
2. Don't ask for a higher salary. Students from the "Top 4" universities are guilty of this. They feel entitled.
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