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Her passion for technology and learning, coupled with S&P Global's willingness to train strong candidates created a new opportunity for this Analyst
Meredith Polson told us in the video below that she "constantly likes solving problems." Before being hired at S&P Global, she thought she had a big problem when she went up for a Senior Business Analyst role at S&P Global, but didn't have the technological experience the role required. Instead of turning Meredith down, they recognized her passion for learning and embraced her "problem" - and obvious enthusiasm around learning - up-skilling her up for the role.
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Is anyone else holding their breath for summer to arrive? I know I can't wait to dust off my summer wardrobe.
As the seasons change, we have an opportunity to switch things up and have some fun liberating our personal style! But business casual for women in the summer can get confusing. Men can rely on the standard khakis plus polo shirt summer work vibe, but for women it's not so straightforward. Even less so when you need an outfit that works just as well during a sweaty morning commute as it does in a freezing office with the thermostat set way too low.
So how can you create a summer look that's breathable, comfortable, professional, and modern? I'm here to help you navigate those questionable waters!
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