“Back in the ‘90s when I entered college, I never would have anticipated that this is what I would be doing in 2018, but I’ve had an incredible career in the software industry during a really exciting period of innovation.” Hackney said. “It is very cool!”
“It definitely pays to find way to develop your learning and passion at the same time!”
Even with GPS, if you’ve in unfamiliar territory, there’s no way to fully know your destination until you get there.
“My world was rocked. I had no idea there were so many career paths for someone with my skill sets!”
“It is difficult to spend four years working toward a goal, but then not be able to readily use your acquired skills in the workplace.”
“Basically I realized that I was graduating with a lovely degree that, in and of itself, would not get me a job.”
“I also cannot express enough thanks for the networking available at Hamline. While a phone call may seem like a simple thing, it is incredibly meaningful when professors are willing to make that phone call on your behalf.”
Ah, backstory, that bane and blessing of the nonfiction and fiction writer's existence. The questions writers in all genres often ask are what to include, how much to include and where to include it.
“The story of how I got my job is a perfect example of how networking works.”
It has become a series Round and round I spin like a bronze clock Until I am dizzy And there are no more answers