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Congratulations, graduates, on your hard work over the last several years. By now, though, you’re surely feeling pressure about your next steps.

You may have debt, parents that made big sacrifices, or well-off families that expect you to live like them. You may feel pressure to take a job that promises status or mobility — and not to mention a paycheck. Harvard Business school grads, for instance, are now landing jobs with starting pay of over $160,000.

Even so, you’ll no doubt weigh ethical considerations as you make career choices. You may not want to work for a gun manufacturer or Big Pharma opioid peddler, for example.

Allow me to make one more suggestion: Don’t work for billionaires.

Read the full article at Inside Sources.

Chuck Collins directs the Program on Inequality and the Common Good at the Institute for Policy Studies.

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