Essay Analysis Of Romain Rolland, A Brilliant French Novelist

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Romain Rolland, a brilliant French novelist stated the following: “Skepticism, riddling the faith of yesterday, prepared the way for the faith of tomorrow.” One may be doubtful with their current endeavors at first, however, being skeptical is the first step towards one’s future. I am going to take you through the journey of my current internship and enlighten you on why my skepticism turned into an implausible future career for myself. In November of 2015, I received a job at Transamerica, one of the world’s leading financial services companies, as a Market Research Intern. One may think that being a Market Research Intern is a challenging title, and by no means is it easy. A typical day for me would be to arrive at work around 1 PM, check my emails, contact my manager to see what work I need to accomplish that day, participate in conference calls/meetings and leave the office at approximately 5 PM. However, one may question what my specific duties are throughout my internship. My job description includes the following: assist in the market research center to support the organization’s needs, help create recommendations based on research findings for the purpose of influencing marketing strategy, product development and/or business development, report or deliver research findings to project stakeholders and respond to follow-up requests and build or contribute to centralized repositories of market research information as needed. To sum up my duties, I collect, as well as…

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