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An executive who's worked for Microsoft, Yahoo, and SoFi explains why you shouldn't take a job for the money

Let's be honest: Sometimes the most attractive part of a job offer is the salary. But accepting a job for the money that you may not be personally invested in could actually end up hurting your career. As Joanne Bradford, chief operating officer of SoFi, an online lending company, advised onstage at Cosmopolitan and SoFi's Fun Fearless Money event last month: "Don't always sell your soul to the highest bidder.
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