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FAS
FAS
July 11, 2017 9:38 PM

I know a lot of people who started at “blue collar” jobs and rose up to be very successful entrepreneurs. I think the future is moving more in that direction than in the high cost, low skill college route. But to imply that once these people were successful they stopped “working” is off base. Sure some of my friends hired more plumbers for their business but they never stopped working to keep the business afloat. They took the risk and are reaping some of the rewards for the many hours they put in. I think the problem is too many… Read more »

Deborah
Deborah
August 20, 2017 5:37 PM
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A entrepreneur plumber is not the ones he is talking about. I believe he is referring to the “financial experts” who screw the average worker (even the entrepreneurs) out of the money they work hard to earn. He is talking about the ones who go to Yale and Harvard and basically get a “vocational education” how to work on wall street.

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