In defense of a corporate career

“Quit Your Job and Do Your Own Thing” Can Be Very Bad Advice

Don’t underestimate the benefits of working for a company

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Singing the praises of quitting your job and “doing your own thing” is very popular these days.

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Ugur Akinci

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