Q: How did you decide on your undergraduate course of study?
A: Through peer interactions.
Q: In retrospect, what did you think were the most useful lessons/ skills/ knowledge you'd gained from your undergraduate education?
A: The ability to understand the usage of financial information in business setting today.
Q: How has your undergraduate education influenced your career choice?
A: My undergraduate education did not influence my career choice. Instead, the decision to pursue my current line of work stems from my desire to continue working with people whom I have worked with during my supernumerary attachment.
Q: Briefly describe your current job scope.
A: 1) Analyzed source data received from government agencies for invalid data points and conducted reasonableness testing. 2) Provided statistical analyses and recommendations to support policy reviews and operational framework. 3) Conducted rigorous tests to ensure accurate payouts to eligible recipients.
Q: To what extent is your current job related to your undergraduate course of study?
A: Not related at all - Majority of the skills required to perform my current job was acquired through on-the-job training.
Q: What are some additional areas you wish your undergraduate education could have covered?
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