Billionaire job advice
OMAHA, NEBRASKA- Billionaire Warren Buffett went on-line to offer young workers some encouragement about jobs. He says they should find work they are passionate about and to associate with and work for people they admire. Buffett regularly meets with groups of students from about 40 colleges a year and answers questions on life and business. The billionaire investor likes to compare what he does as chairman and chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway to painting a masterpiece on canvas, because he loves what he does. He says it doesn't feel like work. Buffett was responding to questions sent to the Levo League website, which helps young professionals find mentors and job opportunities.
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