The Balance Between Earning and Learning

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As a college student, I’m bombarded by advice left and right and most of it is unsolicited and irrelevant.

Too often I hear really poor career advice thrown around that too many college students fall prey to.

From needing to treat everyone I meet in college as a networking opportunity to adding as many titles and accolades on my resume as possible, most of it hurts…

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21-yr-old personal finance enthusiast making sense of cents. You can boil it down here as well: https://boilednotfried.com

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Mia Gradelski

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21-yr-old personal finance enthusiast making sense of cents. You can boil it down here as well: https://boilednotfried.com

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