The old rules don’t apply By Pat Olsen In 2014, when Tania Moya, 28, landed her dream job with IBM, in Dallas, she was thrilled. Moya, who emigrated from Mexico when she was six, was the first in her family to graduate from college. Hired as a sales representative specializing in big data and analytics, she sold IBM software solutions to small and medium-sized companies. Less than two years later, she was promoted to business development manager, analytics, responsible for…