A few weeks ago, I wrote an article on how to get hired and promoted in the tech industry.
This post is the result of a long series of conversations that have shaped the way I view myself and my life in the last six months.
As a result, I’ve decided to share a few of the lessons I’ve learned along the way.
This article isn’t meant to be comprehensive.
Rather, it is an attempt to provide you with a more complete picture of what life has been like in the world of tech.
And in the process, I hope to help you learn the skills you need to succeed in a rapidly changing field.
A little background: Since the start of my career in the early 2000s, I have worked in a variety of different industries, including: • Consulting, including in finance • Software engineering • IT design and operations • Hardware design and manufacturing • Advertising and PR • Retail • Internet advertising and marketing • Financial services • Sales and marketing for software companies and large businesses • Public relations and public relations consulting • Public health and medical administration • Public transportation • Food service and delivery • Health insurance • Food manufacturing and distribution • Health care administration and planning • Hospital and medical services • Education and training • Human resources and staffing • Public sector, nonprofit, and government administration and administration • Management consulting and public affairs • Legal, accounting, and other accounting and auditing • Computer software development and design • Internet marketing and advertising • Web development and management • Social media management • Online content marketing and content management • Content marketing, social media, and analytics • Online gaming • Digital marketing, marketing, and social media • Interactive media and digital distribution • Advertising, product, and service development and distribution