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‘Katas ng BPO’ 25-year-old who juggled work and school builds own house

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At the age of 25, Sam Blanca proudly present to his Facebook friends that he was able to put up his own house. 

The secret? 

He juggled work and school. 

In a lengthy post on Facebook group BPO Secret Files Community, he revealed that it was because of working in BPO companies. 

“Wag mong ikahiya na sa call centre ka nagtatrabaho. Just wanna share my experiences kung ano ang naipundar k for 4 years working in this industry. Mabuhay mga bayaning puyat!” he wrote. 

Blanca said he was first employed at the Trec Pacific Corp where he worked for nine months while also going to school. “Estudyante sa umaga, call centre sa gabi,” he said, adding that he filed resignation before graduating. 

While working in his second employer, 24/7 Intouch, he was experienced being promoted as an SME. Working in the same company for two years and six months, he said that it helped him more professionally. 

In his third company, Full Potential Solutions, he only worked for one month. “Sa bawat kumpanyang papasukin mo makakaranas ka talaga ng pulitika na ikaw na lang mismo ang susuko. But it won’t hinder me to stop and continue my vision,” Blanca said. 

“Bumalik ako sa pagiging ahente at dahil constant ang changes sa bawat account, pinalipat kami sa toxic na account which is hindi pabor sa rest day ko at labas sa job description na pinirmahan namin,” he said referring to his fourth employer, The Results Company, wherein he worked for nine months. 

Blanca is now working for Omega Healthcare where he was hired externally as quality analyst. 

“Omega means end. Pinangako ko sa sarili ko na ito na ang hiling kumpanyang papasukan ko sa industriyang ito. Hindi madali. Dadaan ka sa mga pagsubok pero huwag kang bibitaw para sa pangarap mo. 

“I got this when I was 22. Now I am 25 and ready to settle and live independently,” he concluded. 

In a separate post, Blanca revealed that he’s very thirfty with his income.

Below are his ‘kuripot’ qualities:

Ryan Namia
Ryan Namia spends most of his days reading over drafts of new written content and determining which ones make the final cut for online and print publication. He received his Bachelor's degree in Journalism in 2015 and has been writing since 2016. Got story to tell? Email him at eic@theglobalfilipinomagazine.com.

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