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What inspired you to go into the trade you are in?

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Omar’s Answer

It was just a pure coincidental. after graduation, finishing my military service. I was really trying to get my dream job. after many unsuccessful attempts I've joined hospitality industry and my story began

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Nicole’s Answer

Hi Willy S. Thanks so much for your question. I see that you posted this question a little while ago so I hope my answer to you (or others who may read this response) is still helpful.

In my case, it started on an airplane...I was about 13 or 14 years old...and I was taking a trip with my family. To occupy my time, I took out a package of fine colored markers, some white paper and a ruler. I used to love to draw lines and each line had to be a specific width. A gentleman sitting beside me was watching my work and he commented that I could be an architect or engineer. Beyond there, I had an ongoing love of math and I got a lot of encouragement from my mom as she remained tuned in on the possibilities of what I could study and what type of job I could have after college. BTW, college was an expectation :).

When I went to college I was inspired by the environment, by my peers and by my professors. As I approached graduation, I was inspired by my earning potential. Since my graduation and having worked in the technology for many years now, I remain inspired by where technology is going and my ability to have a role in that growth.

Best of luck to you as you find your inspiration!
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G. Mark’s Answer

Many years ago, we had a visitor to my science class in grade school. He did some demonstrations of physics and such. He told us that his job was being a scientist at Bell Labs and that he was encouraged and rewarded for creating inventions and getting patents. I was completely enthralled with the idea. Being paid to think? To come up with new ways of doing things? This seemed like a made-up job. In very, very early classes in grade school, I was shown films of the Bell Science Series. Hemo the Magnificent. Our Mr. Sun. These were just fantastic. There was this old professor guy and a younger guy who was supposed to be a reporter, I guess. The guy playing the reporter was familiar to me as having been in some very cool science fiction movies before. In any event, that stuck with me and much later in life, I always wanted to get copies of those films to show my daughter. Those science films stuck in my mind when I saw that mysterious visitor for the mythical Bell Labs. Much later I was in college and eventually got an interview with Bell Labs. These days, after many projects and inventions and patents, I never, ever regretting that decision to take their offer. Plus, they paid me to get my graduate degree. So PR efforts and happy employees do make a difference for companies.

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