By Tarra Quismundo
While college students continue to flock to courses perceived to lead to in-demand jobs, only a few dare sign up for courses that government deems critical for development, including disciplines in the sciences, mathematics, agriculture and forestry.
By Kristine L. Alave
A two-day jobs fair organized by the Philippine Daily Inquirer opened on Monday at the Trinoma Activity Center in Quezon City, attracting dozens of companies and hundreds of job seekers, many of them fresh college graduates.
The lone examinee of Mandaue City College (MCC) under Dr. Susana Cabahug passed the recent Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). Maribel Mirafuentes, a 30-year-old mother from barangay Alang-alang, Mandaue City, graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Bachelor of Secondary Education last March 12. She took the national examination last September and passed. Four [...]
By Marlon Ramos
After filing tax cases against doctors and lawyers, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has now trained its sights on accountants.
By Nikko Dizon
This year’s bar examinees with numbers 1 up to 5,000 may now pick up their 2011 Bar examination permits, the Office of the Bar Confidant (OBC) has announced.
By Nikko Dizon
The Supreme Court suspended a lawyer in his 80s from the practice of law for a year for committing notarial lapses.
By Jeannette I. Andrade
The Professional Regulation Commission announced that 1,123 out of 1,480 examinees passed the medical technologist licensure examination administered in Manila, Baguio, Cebu, and Davao Cities last week.
By Jaymee T. Gamil
The Philippine Dental Association is asking the government to take action to stop robberies and sexual molestation of female dentists that continue unabated in Metro Manila.