Adding value to an organization after 40+ years of continuous employment is achievable. As a resourceful and intuitive program analyst, my peers often look to my insights with “problem-solving.” I personally attribute my “value-added” work culture to the following 2 reasons: my determination coupled with my energy for project completion. As I soon close thisRead… Read more »
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