Interview with The Fashion and Beauty Engineer Aimee Guerrero

Be Like Aimee

 

What do you do when you have a full-time job as an engineer but know in your heart that art is your passion? In the case of 28-year-old frustrated painter, Aimee Guerrero, who loves to sketch and illustrate on her spare time, a full time job didn't stop her from finding herself when she got hooked on exploring make-up.

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Chuck Chang: Outsourcing Raketeers for Modern Entrepreneurship

Be Like Chuck

 

Startup business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs are very prominent in this generation of technology, which can lead to more jobs and to a richer economic state. As for the co-founder of Mystery Manila, Chuck Chang, managing the whole business is not as easy as it seems, especially when dealing with daily business activities. Relying on oneself to do everything that the business needs is a risky action because it is always vulnerable to undesirable outcomes. That is why Chuck Chang has already made an approach to hire Raketeers who can help him oversee the daily operations of Mystery Manila.

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Alan Landa, Part-Time Engineering Professor, Full-Time Professional Photographer

Alan Landa

A part-time engineering professor, a Research and Development engineer, and a full-time photographer — all three professions are currently and actively endeavored by Mr. Alan Landa. Having been able to do all of these is what keep him busy in the past couple of years.

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The Raket.ph Reliability: How Calligrapher Geli Balcruz Grew with Raket.ph

The freelancing industry in the country is steadily growing. In fact, it has been reported that "the number of Filipinos doing home-based online freelancing work is now closely approaching a million individuals[1]." In an interview released mid last year, Mochito Ibrahim, deputy executive director of the Department of Science and Technology Information has estimated around 800,000-900,000 freelancers in the country.

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Anina, the Beauty of Calligraphy and How Raket.ph Helped Her Share the Creativity

Anina Rubio has always believed that one shouldn’t be afraid to try new things. This is the mantra that she applies to both work and life. Anina, an engineer in her past life, is one of the most sought after calligraphy artists in the country today. A growing industry in the country, Anina describes calligraphy as an art of expression, “It’s like painting and drawing but instead of objects, you are creating beautiful letters. I am ecstatic that the Calligraphy community is growing here in the country. You’d be surprised at how generous everyone is in terms of sharing their knowledge and tools!” 

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