Gen Z and Their Money: The Types of People You Meet

I spent all my money by the time I graduated college.

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The characters we have the pleasure of meeting in this life are truly amazing.

It’s no wonder then that the financial philosophies of individuals vary like chalk and cheese.

Having completed my undergraduate degree, here’s what I’ve observed as a 22-year-old college…

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Software Developer, Armchair Philosopher, and Wannabe Writer

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Software Developer, Armchair Philosopher, and Wannabe Writer

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