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3.What tipe of dagree did you need or what did you need to pursure your job

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Jessica’s Answer

My major was B.S. in Business Administration. My last year in college, our school had a job fair and informed us Pacific Bell was going to issue an engineering test. We were told the test was open to all, although it was an engineering test. After passing the initial engineering test, I was scheduled for a management test. After I passed, I was scheduled a panel interview.

For my engineering position within my company, we have a career/job listing that lets us view openings within other departments. I submitted my bid and resume for a construction supervisor. My area manager, at the time advised me he also had an engineering department.

I do not have an engineering degree, I am grateful that our company offered and trained me on-the-job when they were looking for engineers.

Within my 22 years, I had supervised field technicians, assisted/organized company training, supervised our dispatched centers, project managed for our VP Staff, supervised construction technicians, became an engineer and promoted to an Area Manager, which I have managed managers within construction and engineering.



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Michael’s Answer

Hi Edward D. That is a really good question and the best way to build a path towards your career. I work with Verizon in Technical Support and I started first with mostly math and science in school. When I went to college, I worked toward a degree in Telecommunication Systems Management. I spent a lot of free time working with computers, networking, and hand held devices. I wanted to see how they worked independently and then how they could work together.

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