People of DataDiggers- Vlad Tutoveanu ( HR & Admin Junior)
𝗩𝗹𝗮𝗱, our 𝗛𝗥 & 𝗔𝗱𝗺𝗶𝗻 𝗝𝘂𝗻𝗶𝗼𝗿 is one of the youngest members of our team and has an important role in organizing internal tasks. He devotes his free time to technology and the fine arts. Also, for him, happiness is one of the most important things in life.
If you'd like to get to know more about him, continue reading this interview.
What does working in the market research industry mean to you?
Well, since I am relatively new in this industry, I can say I am still unexperienced. For me it is an interesting domain and pretty crucial to the development of businesses, products, and overall everything that has to do with humans.
What was the most important challenge you had to go through in your career?
Given the fact that I am at the beginning of my career, all I can say is that choosing a career that relates to what I like to do is the hardest part.
Thinking about your career, what is the achievement you are most proud of?
The fact that I am constantly developing my adaptability.
What does success mean to you?
Having the freedom that you need, being happy with most of the aspects in your life, and not worry about money.
What do you do to move forward in the profession you have chosen?
For the moment, I am just learning and consolidating my knowledge in this domain.
Is there something new that you have learned in the last 2-3 years, in your career, or in your daily life, which you find is important?
The fact that teamwork, patience and perseverance are really important for everyone, not only in someone’s career but also in their daily lives.
If you were able to meet yourself, at the moment when you first got hired, what advice would you give to your younger self?
There is always room for improvement and I don’t need to be stressed about the fact that I don’t know much about that certain domain, because experience comes in time.
Why did you choose to work in the market research industry?
It happened by chance to be able to get a job in this domain, even though I am not really working in the market research domain, more in the HR part, but I wanted to try out something new.
What was your ‘dream career’ when you were little?
I was watching History TV a couple of years back, and I loved a show with truck drivers, and the fact that they were doing a lot of money and just driving seemed insane to me and I really wished I would be one in the future.
What do you think is the most important thing in life?
Happiness, because if you are truly happy, it means that you have everything you need and want.
What are you planning to do in your next vacation?
Visit a new country and explore things I’ve never seen before.
What is making you get up from bed even when you have a bad day?
The fact that I know that I am on my own and no one will give me what I want for free.
What are your dearest memories, some that you always think of with joy?
My first 2-3 years in high school, when I was spending a lot of time with my closest friends and just having fun as the young teenagers that we were.
If you could change something from the past, make a different decision, what would it be and why?
Well I am not going to lie so, getting the right numbers at loto so I could get the big prize and buy myself some things and open a business.
If you could go anywhere in the world, at any time in the past, what would that be and why?
I am really curious to see how the world was in the period of the dinosaurs, and how amazing those creatures were.
Can you name one hobby that you really enjoy?
Football, there’s no doubt.
What’s your favorite book and why?
How to make friends and influence people by Dale Carnegie because it was the first book that helped me with dealing with people, being more open to strangers, and not caring so much about what others think.