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Virtuity – Should You Work At a Corporation?

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Many people’s career choice might follow the same pattern they have seen in generations before them. Choosing a career path is often challenging in a world that puts different emphasis in the old traditional values. Mr. Barron explores the options and opportunities the offer a more satisfying business choice then simply gained a job working for corporation. He brings to light the relevancy and the new views of a college education.

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