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Trace Anderson
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over 6 months ago

Describe your career self to LinkedIn- what is your journey? I will start- I am a seasoned, yet skilled and powerful Data Analyst, Business Analyst, BI, Visualization and Report Developer who works in the Healthcare sector. I am also an aspiring Data Scientist going the route of college classes in Mathematics, Statistics and Economics mixed in with a Master's in Data Analysis and Master Public Health through 5 different universities. I have an increasing interest in healthcare economics and statistics in hopes to help the healthcare industry tackle what seems to be the impossible- give quality healthcare yet maximize the dollar.

#career #linkedin #selfdevelopement #careerbuilding #careergrowth #datascientist #dataanalytics #statisticaldataanalysis #mathematics #healthcareanalytics #healthcare

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Beatrix T
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What I loved about working at #Math,Science&TechnologyResourceCenterDeAnzaCollege was

Mathematics had always been my biggest enemy since I was in elementary school. I spend extra time and money to get help outside the school in a math tutoring place. I once asked the tutor what made her happy to do her job. “The happiness when you see your student succeed cannot be bought anywhere else, and you will never know until you experience it on your own,” she answered.

My curiosity about the happy feeling of teaching led me to an initiative to help my friends at school who could not afford to pay for private tutoring. I did not find the sense that my teacher told me about until my friends whom I helped succeed in their exam. Since then, my interest and ambition to study more about Mathematics increased and I started to be a good friend with it.

I did not know the existence of the tutoring center until I got an email from the campus tutoring center offering me an educational and professional on-campus job experience because of my good achievement in Mathematics classes that I took. Honestly, the main reason why I registered was that I want to pursue that same satisfaction when I see other people succeed but not because of helping others. However, that changed once I became a tutor.

There is a tutee who always requires me more time and energy to teach him because he had a different learning ability. One day, he told me that he had a disability in studying and he did not have the money to get help off-campus. Since then, I changed my intention of being a tutor. I want to help people to pass their classes so that they do not have to retake the same course. Although I have only become a tutor for two months, I have seen a lot of changes in students. Most of them that came to the tutoring center in much confusion has left the place knowledgeable and then came back with good news that they pass their exams which brings me so much joy.

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Malcolm Ogden
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Hi Jobcasers, I was wondering if you could give me some advice. I'm heading into my last year of college and am going to start looking for a job soon. I'm a math major so I tend to think analytically and like working with numbers, but I also enjoy socializing and being able to interact with others throughout the day. Does anyone have advice for jobs I should think about applying to? I haven't really narrowed anything down so any comments would be appreciated. Thank you all so much!

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Derrick Mack
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Headline sound familiar? Maybe you asked yourself this question over and over. Why did I get rejected? Why can’t I find a job? Why does this happen to me?

STOP! Instead of asking yourself why, ask yourself HOW? How can I improve my interview skills? How can I find a job? How does this happen to me? When you ask yourself this question, make sure it’s a calm,quiet, and organized environment. No distractions. This is when you will be totally true to yourself.

Now some may ask “Why” “How” What’s the difference? Why gives you any easier choice to make an excuse or simply loose hope. How will make you think about, everything that happened before the consequences. Think back to your Math teacher, they stood over you and your paper then they simply ask “How did you get that answer?” You sat there, explained the whole step process and learned from it. Same thing in life we ask ourselves how and we will eventually learn how to do great things. I’m going through it now, as a college graduate trying to find a job with my degree has almost seems impossible. But no is not in my vocabulary, How is.

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Mani Paudel
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over 6 months ago

I am Nepalese citizen and have more than two decades of teaching experiences in Nepal. I want to build up my career in International School. So I am looking the reliable sites or address to apply for the post.

Friend ! If you have any ideas about my dreams, your guidelines will be praised in future.

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Douglas Engeseth
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Got my dream job as a cut man at Tuff Shed. Math and conservation of lumber and always different. Get to spend the winter inside. I went to so many interviews and so glad I turned down Amazon. Days are difficult working 13 hours a day but so happy. I love the challenge.

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Deborah Fields Watson
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Graduated in Dec. 2015 with a B.S in mathematics with a minor in statistics. Still can't find a job. I really want to go into data analytics. I practice interviewing, keep up on statistical/computer programs; begin teaching myself programs such as python and SQL; currently studying for SAS Base Program Exam. I don't know what I am doing wrong. I had my resume and cover letter looked at by career services at my school. Any advice? Getting really frustrated here. I tried grad school, but I really don't want to go back to school, I really want to work.

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Ruben Glueck
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I am a math PhD. I am at home with numbers, I can do long calculations flawlessly and I can dig through dense information looking for a flaw. I think I can be a junior accountant. Does your company want more than a number cruncher and someone who has reflected on deep quantitative ideas for decades? Do you want to add a spark to the office with puzzles, magic and brainteasers all with a mathematical flavor? Contact me today!

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Atef Alghzzy
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• Master's degree in Applied Statistics (graduate in July - 2017). • Bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Statistics. • 10 years working experience in data analysis in various industries. • Experience in using statistical softwares (SPSS, R, SAS, Excel, and Access). • Strong Programming skills (PHP, MySQL). • Wide knowledge and experience in SAP systems (R3, CRM, BI, Cloud). • Very high presenting ability in Power Point. • Business Educated.

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