I’ve been working since I founded my own paper route in the pre-war building in which I grew up. Rather than be employed by the local paper route establishment and give them a percentage, I realized I could just buy the newspapers on my own and charge extra for delivery. This may or may not have been the best business model for a sixth-grader, but it was fun, entrepreneurial, I made a little bit of money, and I was able to provide a value-added service to my neighbors.
Since then, I’ve always been able to figure out how to get a job when I needed or wanted one. I’ve also spent quite a bit of time recruiting new hires, so I know what is being looked for in a candidate.
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