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Being a Millennial in Corporate America

It’s better than it’s ever been

In 2010 I found myself with a high school diploma and many ambitions, which often leads to an inability to make a choice in life.

First, I wanted to go to art school in New York, but when I received my acceptance letter in the mail informing me the annual tuition would be $40,000+ I decided a future of higher education in NYC wasn’t for…

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Sales Leader & Trainer | Learning Enthusiast | Investor & Money Geek www.millennialecon.com

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Jarod Dickson

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Sales Leader & Trainer | Learning Enthusiast | Investor & Money Geek www.millennialecon.com

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