Posts Tagged ‘ Employment ’

Six things I learned in Six Weeks

August 8, 2011
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A few things I’ve noticed in my first six weeks in the private sector: People have varying standards of quality work – Coworker A checked every last number (by hand!) on a 32 page report that involved combining PDF’s and we weren’t able to import into SAS.  Coworker B missed that my sum of...
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One Week Down

June 18, 2011
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A few things I learned during my first few days: Learning the data (aka Medical Billing Terminology) is going to be the toughest challenge. The one-week SQL crash course was a very good idea. Not having access to the TAB key makes code styling a pain. (SAS on Unix hints?) I really need reading...
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Starting Over

June 10, 2011
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Today is my last day weekday without a boss! I’ve throughly enjoyed the last two weeks of being temporarily unemployed but I’m ready to get back to work. I’m slightly nervous about the new position as I have no insiders at the new company. In the past, I’ve always known somebody on the inside...
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