I have always been a supporter of students who work while studying because doing so helps an individual to practice the art of balancing his or her affairs. I highly appreciate modern schools that add “financial knowledge” into their elementary and high school curriculum. The students learn can learn academic and practical knowledge simultaneously. Learning can
The last time I worked in an office was three years ago. I was based in Makati City and our office ran customer support and moderation services for a client from Australia for four years. A few months earlier, the client had terminated our contract. My sometime routine was to park my car at Glorietta
One of the fastest growing segments in the freelancing industry is writing. From 200,000 freelance writers in 2012, online job market platform Elance already houses more than 300,000 freelance writers. Many people enter the field of writing simply because writing is a basic skill that we are taught the moment we can hold a pencil.
The way the world conducts business has changed ever since the Internet permitted contractors and freelance workers to accept projects outsourced by companies. Actually, in the United States of America, approximately 53 million workers do freelance jobs, and predictions include massive increases in their numbers by 2020, which would likely overtake the figures of employees
Writing is a skill that is often overlooked and undervalued by most people. Despite my fondness for writing, I did not appreciate it as a skill until I started working. To this day, I can count in one hand the number of people I know who can write a decent letter. I wish people would