3. Team Work
7. Not Repetitious
10. Problem Solve
11. Find Solutions to complex problems
12. Exceed expectations
13. Unstructured Free flow work
15. Fix bugs
16. Balance Reports
With an Anthropology degree from the University of Florida, and "almost" a minor in business, I'm basically a self taught programmer except for the FORTRAN class at UF and c++ from St. Petersburg College. I also learned PC-DOS/BASIC in 1983 on the original IBM PC.
I started my career in Credit for Sears and then NationsBank approving loans in a production line environment until I volunteered to do reports.
If I were to switch careers at some point, I think I'd like to be a credit councilor and help people consolidate their bills and reduce their monthly expenses.
I'd also like to help people create financial budgets for their home as I've been doing this since forever and when you have a cushion of disposable income it really frees up your life and allows growth.
If I ever struck it rich, I'd either teach tennis, open a cigar store or a used book store, or work on archeological digs.
I've got 20+ more years to work so anythings possible I guess...
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