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Job Hunting Tips For Career-Shifters

April 4, 2022
by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.
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“She had me at my worst. You had me at my best…”

Sounds familiar?

ICYDK, this line came from a 2007 Filipino film with characters named Popoy and Basha.

Anyhoo...

Most, if not all of us, are afraid to start over or try something new.

It’s human nature to be scared of something unfamiliar or unknown.

However, I believe starting over again is not that bad.

You get another chance to make things right.

You get another chance to do better and become better.

It’s only human to make mistakes or to face failures and rejections.

But you and I have the CHOICE to learn from it.

Forgive yourself.

And start anew.

Get ready to explore new ideas or hacks on job hunting especially if you’re considering making a career change.

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by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.

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76 comments on “Job Hunting Tips For Career-Shifters”

  1. I agree po, ang masarap i-train is yung nagpapakita ng intention to learn. Those were the ones na pinag-ppray ko na makasama sa team <3
    I believe po walang di matututunan ang taong willing and eager 😀

  2. Communication skills, especially in English and foreign clients. Sounds strange as I worked as HR Staff before its really diff. Being an interviewer and interviewee, but working to improve it, to have more confidence

  3. Question po how about mga OFW like me.. Graduate po ako ng INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING and gusto ko na po umuwi for my family.. Pede po kaya ako mag change career into VA or Freelancer?

  4. Nung una po, takot ako mag reachout sa freelancing clients kasi dipa ako confident sa aking skills. I used to be discriminated kapag nag aapply ng work dito sa mga company sa Pinas dahil 2-years lang yung tinapos kong course.
    Only to find out, clients are not after our Educational attainment,.. mas mahalaga sa kanila is kung paano natin maidedeliver yung mga tasks na kailangan nila sa kanilang business. <3

    And there's always room for upskilling. Just never stop learning <3

  5. Sa experience ko po ok na po yung meron ka lang konting background then along the way if mag wo-work ka na ma tututunan mo na din on how to work on the specific niche na pinipili natin.

  6. No portfolio.. most of the job posts are asking for sample works. Career shifter here-- from development NGO work as Program coordinator to webdev, now starting web design certification via freecodecamp.. saan ba magandang pwede mag intern? Pwede dyan sa inyo sir Jeff?

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