Thursday, 23rd February 2017

Letter from the Editor

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I had been working about nine years when I finally figured it out: it’s not about getting the job; it’s about doing what you want.

A job is something you do eight hours a day, five or six days a week. If you’re lucky, you’ll be healthy enough to keep working for forty years or more. That is a long time to be devoting to something that you just stumbled into because you didn’t know what your choices were.

We believe that every college student has an exciting number of choices available to them after college. But they need to know what they’re capable of, and where they want to be, to make the right career choice.

How do you figure this out?

1. Read EdgeWise.PH regularly.
Wondering why they didn’t reply to your email application? Need interview tips? We’re giving advice on that and more.

2. Register and be part of the EdgeWise.PH network.
Signing up gives you exclusive access to our career development programs and special events. Watch out for promos, career counseling, and career talks you can attend. We’ll help you figure out your strengths, work on your weaknesses, and discover the work environment you might enjoy.

If you know what you want to do, then a job is never just a job — it’s a chance to learn more, be even better, and have a rewarding career. You might even have fun!

Read and sign up. We’ll help you make it happen.

Carmina Esguerra
Editor-in-Chief
EdgeWise.PH
cesguerra@bronzeagemedia.com
June, 2010

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