Life after college can be daunting. There are a multitude of career options to pick from in business. For me, I found accounting by accident. An opportunity fell into my lap to learn accounting on the job. With an introduction to the field and possibilities for career growth, I began to look at options to make accounting my career.
I could probably attribute my thirst for data to many aspects of my life and personality. I’m excited to take my penchant for data analytics and my career to the next level through UC Davis’ MSBA program.
Research has shown that by incorporating experiential learning into professional development programs, adult learners thrive. To be successful though, the experience has to not only be fun, but be translatable to the business world.
(Editor’s note: This blog originally appear on Medium)
Getting hundreds and thousands of airplanes on and off airport gates and runways, and orchestrating their movement in the sky, is no small feat. Hard enough in normal circumstances, this complex exercise becomes even more difficult due to acts of man (e.g., terrorism), technology (airline or ATC computer failures), and nature (bad weather).
My career goal is to work in high-tech companies in Northern California. Not only is San Francisco a dream place to work with data, it is also a place where I plan to build my family and social network.