Re: What first sparked your interest in your profession?
During my freshman year at Uni I worked at the Pakistani Embassy in Washington, DC as an intern to the minister of trade and economics. This experience sparked an interest in finance leading me to declare a major in international business finance. The following semester I found myself working in the offices of Armstrong, Fleming & Moore as a Portfolio Analyst where I would stay for three years before accepting an offer from Rydex Investments. I have had the unique opportunity to work for three incredible organizations and for managers who were pioneers in their respective fields. I never imagined that I would enjoy finance and business let alone choose this as my career path but the experience has been remarkable.
The ability to speak clearly, succinctly, and powerfully is easier than you think
The ability to communicate effectively can make or break a person's assessment of your intelligence, competence, and authenticity.
The lawsuit claims the administration violated the First Amendment when it revoked the press credentials of reporter Jim Acosta.
- CNN reporter Jim Acosta's press credentials were revoked following a heated exchange with President Donald Trump on November 8.
- The network filed a lawsuit against the administration on Tuesday, claiming the administration has violated multiple amendments.
- The White House may only revoke the press credentials of journalists for "compelling reasons," not for reasons involving content.
Fall is a bad time to hold elections.
- Usually, only about 40 percent of eligible voters participate in midterm elections.
- Political philosopher John Stuart Mill believed it would be for the collective good if everybody voted.
- Because of logistics, we may need to change the time of year we vote.
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