Posts Tagged ‘Philippines’

Be Part of Software Freedom Day Philippines 2012

Software Freedom Day (SFD) was initiated by a group of FOSS believers with the main goal that everyone without a vested interest in proprietary software must unite and educate the world about the ideals of Software Freedom and the practical benefits of Free Software. In August 28 of 2004, the first ever Software Freedom Day […]

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Suspension of classes and work for Government Offices, 30 July 2012

Office of the President of the Philippines Malacañang MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 32 Upon the recommendation of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) and the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) and in view of the continuing inclement weather brought about by storm “Gener,” work in government offices and classes in […]

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Job seekers told to consider BPOs instead of migrating

JOB SEEKERS were advised on Wednesday to consider local outsourcing jobs instead of going abroad, with an industry group noting that the sector is in need of accountants, nurses and engineers. “New graduates and established professionals don’t have to go abroad for international, well-paying jobs,” Business Process Association of the Philippines (BPAP) senior executive director […]

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Staff.com Releases Average Salaries Around the Globe

Staff.com recently released a report on average salaries of Web Developers and other Tech professionals in India, the Philippines, U.S.A, and other countries. Again, these are just average figures and does not take into account the standard of living in these countries and other factors that may shed more light on why, as you will […]

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