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Mike Jarmus

Mike Jarmus

Senior Market Analyst, Energy, Aerospace, International Logistics and Business at The Martec Group

Joined 05/19/2017

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In 2009 I ignited my passion for travel and global experiences when I studied abroad in Paris, France. After spending a semester in a foreign country, I learned not only the importance of pairing a fine wine with an aromatic cheese, but I gained the motivation to follow my personal and professional dreams as well. A recent graduate of the University of St. Francis, I completed my goal of continuing my higher education by earning a Master of Business Administration degree. In addition to my MBA, I am also working on earning my LEED certification to further my expertise in sustainability and clean energy. Additionally, my goal-oriented nature has led me to pursue a diverse range of professional opportunities in multiple industries. These industries include market research, financial investment management, international logistics, aerospace and the energy industry (natural gas and electricity). I appreciate my past experiences as they have influenced my current self and I look forward to future opportunities to further expand and grow as a professional.
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