Date: Thu, 9 Apr 1998 09:49:46 -0600
Reply-To: Jack Hamilton <jack_hamilton@HCCOMPARE.COM>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Jack Hamilton <jack_hamilton@HCCOMPARE.COM>
Subject: Re: SAS-L Digest - 8 Apr 1998 to 9 Apr 1998
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Gary Gummersall <gmgummersall@FEDEX.COM> wrote:
>I have interviewed hundreds of people over the past fews years and am
>currenetly looking for very experienced SAS programmer.
If you find more than you need, and some of them want to move to Sacramento,
please let me know. We might have something near Chicago or Phoenix as
>One the the
>things I appreciate most from any candidate regardless of the job is
>being up front.
Absolutely. If they have the other qualifications, they can learn enough
SAS to do the job. It's easier to find a statistician and train them in
SAS than it is to find a SAS programmer and train them in statistics.
If you're looking for a "SAS guru", it's a different problem. Becoming a
guru requires a lot of time and curiosity.