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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewThis as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Geneviève Laforce, a 24-year-old content creator from Montreal, whose partner grew up wealthy. We've learned that managing a relationship with someone who grew up so differently requires constant compassion and open communication. I've been able to broaden her worldview and provoke a deeper sense of compassion for those who are struggling. If money complicates your relationship and you want to tell your story, please email Tess Martinelli at tmartinelli@businessinsider.com.
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I spent up to $2,000 a month to fund a drinking habit that I believed was helping me. I started drinking in college to soothe my anxietyI'll never forget the first time I got drunk. Every extra dime went to funding my drinking habitsRent took up most of my paycheck, but the rest went directly to drinking. Related storiesAfter a year of deeply contemplating sobriety, I took my final sip of alcohol in October 2021. Cutting out alcohol and the sneakily expensive lifestyle that surrounded me saves me $1,000 a month.
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Read previewThe pay and benefits of a full-time job aren't always enough to sustain an employee's lifestyle and monetary goals. From 9-to-5, she worked a remote marketing job, and from 5 to 10, she worked a low-lift customer service job. AdvertisementIn September 2022, she left her full-time job and created a job-juggling system to avoid legal and professional consequences. If it ever does come up, I make it seem like the dates overlap less than they did," McGill told BI. AdvertisementDespite the risky overlaps and long hours, McGill said she was happy with her choice.
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Read previewAfter nearly 25 years of headhunting for the corporate elite, I've seen it all. But I've seen too many candidates rest on their laurels, assuming their existing Rolodex (yes, some still have those) is enough. I've seen it happen, and it's not pretty. I've seen candidates lowball themselves out of insecurity, and others demand outrageous packages out of hubris. I've seen candidates ghost companies after multiple rounds of interviews or respond poorly to rejection.
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Read previewThis as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Angelica Miller, a 31-year-old recruiter from Arizona who was recently laid off. I knew that being a single mom would be tough, but I was determined to create a stable home for my son no matter what. I'd been working as a recruiter for an equipment rental company for only a few months when I found out I was pregnant, and I was grateful that they were so supportive. AdvertisementI was absolutely devastated when I was laid offOne morning, my boss pinged me to have a quick chat. If you were unexpectedly laid off and want to share your story, please email Tess Martinelli at tmartinelli@gmail.com.
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Business Insider spoke with three high-earners who left their six-figure jobs to save their mental health. It wasn't until his boss seriously questioned his work output that Yu made a pledge to himself to quit tech. Yu quit his job after brainstorming alternative income streams with his then-girlfriend (who became his fiancé), Wanda, and settling on house hacking. A year after quitting, he shared that his mental health improved, and he was ready to reenter the workforce. If you quit your job due to mental health concerns and would like to tell your story, email Tess Martinelli at tmartinelli@businessinsider.com.
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For example, some millennials who manage Gen Zers face the unique challenge of weighing their corporate conditioning against more progressive ideals. Courtesy of Maya PennSome people say that Gen Z's eclectic style is unprofessional, but 24-year-old Maya Penn said Gen Z is simply embracing authenticity. Another tool she's implemented is adopting a softer approach to giving feedback after she noticed her Gen Z employees were interpreting her initial approach as criticism. Despite the challenges of leading Gen Z, this manager said the younger generation has taught her to prioritize her personal life. "Some people complain that they're hard to work with, but having high expectations and wanting work-life balance and an employer who cares isn't a bad thing," Tooker told BI.
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