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Nope

Still rags around these parts
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Originally posted by _ConcreteRose_ _ConcreteRose_ wrote:

Amy - it's definitely possible to move up in the income bracket. Without know too much of your story/education, I would just say you have to work smart. Learn how to network to get a job. When I graduate, I wanna work in finance and I know Many Investment bankers from a non target school (IE people who didn't go to a top 10 school) have to cold call so many people and companies just to get their foot in the door. 

Also, something that I've found to be true (although some might argue with me on this) is that other black people are willing to help out. Networking with black people is important.  It's how I've gotten a lot of opportunities.

Good luck!


yes!

I have been hanging out with co workers/supervisors I don't care for in an attempt to network

I hate being fake but I guess this what you have to do to make $$$$$
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Also, something that I've found to be true (although some might argue with me on this) is that other black people are willing to help out. Networking with black people is important. It's how I've gotten a lot of opportunities

I agree! Black professionals definitely know how to help each other out.

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for those of you who were apart of greek life in undergrad, did that help with networking at all?
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Originally posted by nycdiva357 nycdiva357 wrote:

what signifies rags?

i make more than my parents. does that count?

but thats only the last 3-4 years.

I'm not good at phrasing these things.
Living check to check, not being able to choose where you live, having to accept the worst in most areas of life e.g school, housing areas etc

Thats great Clap..i really hope i do.

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Originally posted by AmyAmyAmy AmyAmyAmy wrote:

Originally posted by nycdiva357 nycdiva357 wrote:

what signifies rags?

i make more than my parents. does that count?

but thats only the last 3-4 years.

I'm not good at phrasing these things.
Living check to check, not being able to choose where you live, having to accept the worst in most areas of life e.g school, housing areas etc

Thats great Clap..i really hope i do.



that sounds like most of america
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Originally posted by _ConcreteRose_ _ConcreteRose_ wrote:

Amy - it's definitely possible to move up in the income bracket. Without know too much of your story/education, I would just say you have to work smart. Learn how to network to get a job. When I graduate, I wanna work in finance and I know Many Investment bankers from a non target school (IE people who didn't go to a top 10 school) have to cold call so many people and companies just to get their foot in the door. 

Also, something that I've found to be true (although some might argue with me on this) is that other black people are willing to help out. Networking with black people is important.  It's how I've gotten a lot of opportunities.

Good luck!

Thanks for this...Hoping to do a degree in economics next year...a bit worried because i have 0 connections in this area.

How do you 'network'?
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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:

Originally posted by AmyAmyAmy AmyAmyAmy wrote:

Originally posted by nycdiva357 nycdiva357 wrote:

what signifies rags?

i make more than my parents. does that count?

but thats only the last 3-4 years.

I'm not good at phrasing these things.
Living check to check, not being able to choose where you live, having to accept the worst in most areas of life e.g school, housing areas etc

Thats great Clap..i really hope i do.



that sounds like most of america

What about having very little or no disposable income?
or no car. 
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Originally posted by eanaj5 eanaj5 wrote:

for those of you who were apart of greek life in undergrad, did that help with networking at all?



I wasn't a part of greek life, but from what I've seen it's VERY rare with black greeks.
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Cool @ Amy. I was an econ major but I changed it to math. I'll pm you.

Edited by _ConcreteRose_ - Dec 18 2012 at 12:44pm
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