Bryan Aasen, MS

 

SDSU’s I/O Psychology Master’s program prepares you for a wide variety of career paths in the I/O space.  You do much more than soak up information at SDSU’s program- you build critical thinking skills and learn how to apply academic research techniques to the business world.

I currently work on Qualcomm’s People Analytics team.   I analyze a wealth of people data including hiring, turnover, performance data, and employee surveys.  Before Qualcomm, I had a similar role working for Walmart.  The biggest challenge in a role like this is how to take a huge amount of data and condense it into concise, useful insights that business leaders can understand and take action on.  The critical thinking skills that I developed at SDSU’s program has been instrumental in my success, and I look forward to where my career takes me next.

 
 

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