Profile of Avery McFarlane

Avery McFarlane Economist and Statistician
2 years experience 0 projects worked Jamaica
$2,000.00 /hr $0 earned
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Dear Hiring Manager,
 
As an almost graduate student in the areas of Economics and Statistics as well as experience in Sales and Marketing, I strongly believe I am a good fit for jobs linked to these areas. I am a well rounded individual and along with my work experiences at various companies, I have developed a very professional work ethic. I have worked with companies such as the Statistical Institute of Jamaica, Yellow Media company and National Heath Fund. For each I was tasked with various duties ranging from data entry to coding financial statements. I am also well trained in using the Microsoft Office tools. 
Although I am a final year student looking to attain my degree in November 2021, my maturity, practical experience, and eagerness to enter the workspace full time would make me an ideal candidate for any position. 
 
Sincerely,
Miss Avery McFarlane. 

Work History (0)

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Work Experiences

  • Sales Agent Assistant

    Yello Media Group

    July 2016 - August 2016

    At Yello, I extracted and checked incoming paperwork (correspondence, invoices etc.) and made copies before distributing. Sorting all papers alphabetically and according to content, dates, significance etc. Creating or update records with new files and information.

  • Assistant Statistician

    Statistical Institute of Jamaica

    June 2019 - August 2019

    At the Statistical Institute of Jamaica, I worked in the Economics Department where I coded financial statements of numerous companies in Jamaica extracting data geared towards the calculation of the Gross Domestic Product of the country. I mainly utilized the Microsoft Office tool Excel to perform day to day tasks.

Education

  • Bsc Economics and Statistics

    University of the West Indies, Mona Campus

    September 2018 - May 2020

    Pursuing a degree in Economics and Statistics, I did a wide range of courses such as Econometrics, Operations Research, Statistical Computing, Monetary Theory, Game Theory and Calculus. I am very competent in these areas of study. The study of economics and statistics is important in data analysis, investment decision making, forecasting, risks and uncertainty assessment of the markets. The information gathered by these activities is crucial for the management of the economy.