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What I Wish I Knew About My Career When I Was 22

From selling yourself to learning how not to take feedback too personally–these seven tips will help get your career on the right track. I don’t know about you, but I rarely feel like I’m 22. I do, however, work with a lot of 22-year-olds who are smart, interesting, dynamic, and absurdly high-energy. Read Full Story
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