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whats some major career yall faced

#technology, #medicine, #nailtech

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Tamisha’s Answer

It's good to learn how to write query languages because you can learn about how datasets work, table architecture, and being able to query data so that you can analyze it. I think this helps as a base of knowledge in the tech field.
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Ben’s Answer

based on the hashtags i presume your asking about tech jobs, medicine jobs and and nail, im assuming salon/spa? as for tech jobs, the best way to get into them is to learn as much as you can about the technology field you want to go into and then try and get any kind of job involved with that tech. even if its customer service that will give valuable work experience youll be able to use to carry over into the next phase of that career path your aspiring to go for.
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Gregory’s Answer

I'm going to use Madlibs here and insert a word:

Question: What are some major career(challenges) you all have faced?

Answer: I served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Earned a BA in Occupational Safety and Health, and a Masters in Business Administration. I have multiple certificates. I didn't have any prior experience in Radio Frequency (RF) other that talking on a Walkie Talkie, using a cell phone, or a computer. This was a major challenge for me, however I didn't let that deter me, I buckled down, studied anything and everything there was about RF and tech. Now I am a Network Construction Engineer at the age of 39.

Advice: It's never too late to start something new, if you want know something, go learn it.
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Mickael’s Answer

Like Michael's I am not sure what you are actually asking for. Can you please rephrase?
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ALEJANDRA’s Answer

Sorry Eries but I don't understand your question. I prefer not to assume anything.
If you can, you could expand giving an example of what you want to consult us ... so I can help you, if that is within my reach.
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