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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.


Getting the Career You Want: Best of Edgewise.PH Vol. 2

Posted on 18 December 2011 in

EdgeWise.PH is an online magazine offering career development advice and articles for college students and young professionals. The articles compiled in this ebook give tips for applying for jobs and internships. Read them to learn more about formatting resumes, how to do well in interviews, and other aspects of the job application process. “Getting the […]


Yolanda Javellana on being a PolSci major: “I’ve always been interested in analyzing power and relationships between individuals and groups”

Posted on 10 November 2011 in Pro-Files

We meet some interesting — and inspiring — young students when we hold CareerCamp events in colleges around the metro. Now we start letting them talk about their career plans.


Do You Want To Have A Part-Time Job?

Posted on 12 October 2011 in You 2.0

Are you a student planning on having a part-time job? Have you narrowed down the jobs you are willing to take? Have you weighed the pros and cons of being a part-time employee? MILLICENT BARTOLOME says a number of factors need to be considered before taking that leap of faith.


5 Resume Writing “Don’ts”

Posted on 22 September 2011 in Hire Education

What you put in your resume can either make or break your chances of getting the job you want. Zeroing in on putting your desirable qualifications in it is just as important as the things that your resume can do without. MAYEL MISULA gives you five things you can do away with when composing a resume.


Do You Have A Resume Buddy?

Posted on 16 September 2011 in Hire Education

Has this ever happened to you, where one of your friends calls you up to say that there’s a job opportunity that just opened up and it’s a perfect fit for you, except that the catch is that you should have your resume sent in within the next five minutes, before the panel meets for deliberations?


Get that Job: Translating and Understanding a Job Ad

Posted on 8 September 2011 in Hire Education

Applying for a job? Job advertisements seemingly have their own language that needs to be translated into something that relates to you. Understanding what “job ad speak” really means can help you in getting hired and prevent “job mismatching.” ABIGAIL AZUL breaks it down for you.


You Can Now Apply Online with LinkedIn’s New Button

Posted on 29 July 2011 in NetWORK

LinkedIn, the social network for career professionals, has launched “Apply with LinkedIn“, a button that employers can embed on their websites. It is similar to Facebook’s Like button or Twitter’s Tweet button, but a click of this button can possibly get you a job. For jobseekers, this means that you can now apply online with […]


A Tip on Minimum Wage Rates

Posted on 27 July 2011 in Making Money

People working in the service industry may be disappointed over their daily wage but it may come as a surprise to them that in the United States, most of the earnings of waiters and waitresses and other service employees come mostly from tips.


CareerCamp at St. Paul QC: Some questions from the students

Posted on 20 May 2011 in Ask EdgeWise

St. Paul QC students share their “dream careers” at CareerCamp event. On March 4, 2011, a CareerCamp was held at St. Paul University – Quezon City for the senior students of its College of Business and Technology, sponsored by Myra E. This time around, CareerCamp offered a personality development session led by Helen Buencamino. Called […]