You might call me a Millennial. I can remember a world before cell phones and widespread computer use. I survived the Great Recession of 2008. As a group, we were set back a few years in saving and reaching career goals. We’re overqualified for entry level and not qualified enough for the next level, so gaining real world experience outside of an internship is difficult.
Saving for Retirement, buying a home, disposable income – funds earmarked for those categories are used to pay student loans and other debt incurred while trying to live and advance careers. It feels like an endless cycle, one that is hard to break. How do I make my money work for me instead of working for my money?
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