I quit my job as a Mathematical Statistician after one year and two days. I left behind great benefits, job security, and guaranteed raises entirely because I felt unfulfilled. I was bored, lacked a sense of a team, and had a narrow set of responsibilities that I knew weren’t using all the skills I had to offer. I had never heard of data mining before applying for a job with Elder Research, Inc. The job posting said they wanted 3-5 years of experience, but I put a heartfelt note in my cover letter that I was quantitative and creative and
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