My high school senior yearbook may not have been too far off when they labeled me as “move over Microsoft.” I thought they were insane; I knew that I wasn’t going into a career involving technology.
Four years ago I was an idealistic and innocent high school graduate working in public affairs for a housing authority. I knew what I wanted to do with my life: go to law school, become a lawyer, and fight for rights and quality while being paid lavishly for the effort.
So I probably would have been surprised if someone told me that I would graduate with a liberal arts degree and then start working in information technology.
I guess it shows that you really can have multiple interests and still find a job that you will really like.