How corporations capture and shatter college graduates

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Elsewhere, at this vulnerable, mutable, pivotal moment, undergraduates must rely on their own wavering resolve to resist peer pressure, the herd instinct, the allure of money, flattery, prestige and security. Students, rebel against these soul-suckers! Follow your dreams, however hard it may be, however uncertain success might seem.

With the rise of stint-jobs and increasing digitization and automation, the newest generation will likely adapt to this new environment and – especially millennials – will spend their time on purpose-driven, rather than money-driven activities. Couple that with the notion of a jobless future and we are entering quite an interesting age of economics.

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Gerd Leonhard


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