Sunday, 30th April 2017

Hold That Nasty Tweet: The Truth About Your Internet Footprint

Posted on 11 November 2013 in Hire Education

Almost all young people today have social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Google+. Although what people do in their free time is their business, most hiring managers and recruiters think it may be a reflection of what kind of employee you will be. LOUIE-AN PILAPIL shows us the consequences of having an active online presence.


The right “first job”: Tips for fresh graduates

Posted on 1 July 2013 in Hire Education

What is an “effective decision” in the context of job-hunting? BENJAMIN CARUNCHO III shares his criteria for choosing that elusive “right first job” based on job-hunters’ likely priorities.


Tips for group interviews

Posted on 5 February 2013 in Hire Education

What happens when a one-on-one session becomes a group discussion and you’re not the only one telling your story? ANGELI RAMOS gives some basic pointers that will help you get through that group interview.


Group Effort: Learning to Work Together

Posted on 29 December 2012 in Hire Education

As frustrating as this may look, your ability to deal with a difficult group member is a vital skill that you should acquire while in college. This prepares you for the professional world, where you will have to constantly collaborate and work with teams. And the fact is, it will be tougher out there.


Things every Economics major should know about their career future

Posted on 9 July 2012 in Hire Education

Economics is the kind of course that prepares you for an important career, and in fields that can really impact society. As an Economics student, you will acquire many of the skills valued highly by employers. LINDA ESGUERRA shares a few that you should know.


College SOS: Survive in 5 steps

Posted on 4 July 2012 in Hire Education

Freshmen, don’t panic! Ashley Lucas shares how to make that first sem seem so much easier.

College is intimidating for many incoming freshmen. After graduating high school they think they could finally breathe and relax, but it really is only the beginning.

From choosing the right course, deciding which school to enter, printing and photocopying endless documents, taking the entrance exams – ending up in the right school seems like it’s all about luck sometimes.


College Internships: My First Time

Posted on 26 June 2012 in Hire Education

Summer is gone, but for some college students it’s still internship season! We all know that internships are an important part of our college education, so we need to be prepared to use all our knowledge and skills to tackle it successfully. It’s scary, but exciting. It was scary for me because it was my first time and I had no idea what to do during the interviews, what attire to wear — stuff like that. It was exciting because it was an opportunity to learn, experience new things, and meet new people.


What can you do with a BA in English?

Posted on 12 June 2012 in Hire Education

A degree in English is an asset, and can get you started on a cool career in today’s global workplaces. Have you thought about what you’ll be doing yet? Here are a few suggestions so you can plan ahead.


Future Perfect!

Posted on 17 May 2012 in Hire Education

Richard Cy, 3rd year Advertising student, Far Eastern University It’s been three years now and life as a college student is getting harder and harder. I remember way back in high school when I also felt the struggle. The mere sight of the word “college” made me cringe, that it came to a point that […]


Making your Hotel Internship work

Posted on 28 February 2012 in Hire Education

If you want to learn how to manage a hotel it’s not enough to have all the answers from a book. You can learn more if you actually work in a real hotel. TRIXIE VELASQUEZ tells you how.