A 27-year-old college dropout earning $135,000 a year explains 4 things that were more valuable for her career than getting a degree

Jasey Tragesser, 27, dropped out of college in 2014. Today, she's making over six-figures without either a diploma or student debt.
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A 27-year-old college dropout earning $135,000 a year explains 4 things that were more valuable for her career than getting a degree

A 27-year-old college dropout earning $135,000 a year explains 4 things that were more valuable for her career than getting a degree

Jasey Tragesser, 27, dropped out of college in 2014. Today, she's making over six-figures without either a diploma or student debt.

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How security questionnaire startup SecurityPal raised $21 million from investors like Craft Ventures and a GP at Andreessen Horowitz without a pitch deck
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How security questionnaire startup SecurityPal raised $21 million from investors like Craft Ventures and a GP at Andreessen Horowitz without a pitch deck

Security questionnaire startup SecurityPal reached a seven-figure ARR without VC funding. Here's how they raised $21 million without a pitch deck.

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Russian gold floods Switzerland at the highest pace in more than 2 years as investors eye remelting and reselling taboo supplies

Russian gold floods Switzerland at the highest pace in more than 2 years as investors eye remelting and reselling taboo supplies

Last month, Switzerland imported roughly $320 million worth of Russian gold that was refined and stored in the UK.

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The biggest ad buying agency predicts e-commerce advertising will be a $100 billion industry this year. Here are 3 problems retailers need to fix for that to come true.
Russia is reportedly weighing a $50 billion tax hike on oil and gas exports as its resilience to sanctions fades

Russia is reportedly weighing a $50 billion tax hike on oil and gas exports as its resilience to sanctions fades

The Kremlin is considering imposing a new tax on energy exports that will bolster next year's budget by 1.4 trillion rubles, according to Kommersant.

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UK media companies are left with an estimated $100 million-plus shortfall due to an advertising blackout after the Queen's death
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UK media companies are left with an estimated $100 million-plus shortfall due to an advertising blackout after the Queen's death

Analysts also said media companies could benefit from extra print sales and pent-up demand from advertisers who held off during the national mourning period.

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Ford craters 13% after it says supply-chain inflation will ding profits by $1 billion

Ford craters 13% after it says supply-chain inflation will ding profits by $1 billion

Tuesday's decline wiped off $7 billion in market value and represented Ford's worst day in 11 years, according to data from FactSet.

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I was the head of HR and didn't know I was going to be laid off. It was heartbreaking — but I had an exit strategy that saved me.
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I was the head of HR and didn't know I was going to be laid off. It was heartbreaking — but I had an exit strategy that saved me.

Madeline Mann says job security isn't real and credits her exit strategy for securing multiple job offers within three weeks of getting laid off.

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American Express is hiring 1,500 technology workers before the end of the year. Here are the salaries to expect in IT, finance, engineering, and risk management.
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American Express is hiring 1,500 technology workers before the end of the year. Here are the salaries to expect in IT, finance, engineering, and risk management.

American Express is hiring at least 1,500 workers before the end of the year. The company offers six-figure salaries to many of its current employees.

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Cloud salaries revealed: How much $5.25 billion startup Collibra pays engineers, product managers, and other roles, with base pay as high as $230,000.
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Cloud salaries revealed: How much $5.25 billion startup Collibra pays engineers, product managers, and other roles, with base pay as high as $230,000.

Data-intelligence platform Collibra raised $250 million in funding in 2021, doubling its valuation from $2.3 billion to just over $5 billion.

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