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1. Turn your ideas into a rough draft.
Maybe you're planning to enroll as a Writing major in college, or you just love to write. We're just as excited as you are, and we hope that you keep on writing. When I began to pursue writing, I always loved getting ...
25-year-old Rachel Gania quit her 9-to-5 job to pursue her passion for content creation.
After three years of diligent uploads, Rachel Gania has finally hit the 100,000 subscriber milestone on YouTube! Fun fact: This 25-year-old style influencer actually used to work as a med tech specialist, but she quit her 9-to-5 job in 2020 to pursue her passion ...
It may seem intimidating, but fresh grads do deserve to negotiate their first salary!
After braving countless interviews and frustrating resume drafts, you finally get a job offer for a position at your dream company. Congrats! The not-so-good news: The salary is lower than you expected, and you’re not sure how to negotiate with little to no ...
Is this actually relevant information that can help hiring managers better visualize your potential?
If you're on the hunt for your first job, then it's only natural to want to leave a good first impression on your potential employer. For job applicants, this is usually done by presenting a winning resume. Despite the thousands of available ...
Orgs trained them how to answer interview questions with utmost confidence.
Undoubtedly, the next inevitable destination after college is the “real world.” Although adults have already given us ideas of what it is like through their stories, it is still very different to experience it ourselves. As such, it is through org experiences ...
According to a pro.
Fresh graduates already expect that the first job-hunting process they have to undergo would be the hardest one. Jumping into the professional world for the first time would create a multitude of emotions, especially now that every company and organization is at the ...
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Inka opens up about what it’s like to be a voice over artist (despite being dyslexic!).
You have most likely heard her voice somewhere—from that time you rode a plane or when you were listening to the radio. Inka Magnaye has been a voice-over talent for practically all her life (since age 5!). It’s a profession that runs ...
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