Since I was 16, I’ve found myself working. I’ve car hopped at the root beer stand, been the drive thru girl at Taco Bell, sold overpriced clothing at the mall, answered calls at the local hospital, served as tech in the cardiac critical care unit, worked with pharmacies for patient’s to receive “life changing” medication and most recently, served as a therapist working with kiddos on the autism spectrum. 624 more words
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An alumna of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Becky Catino has served as the co-CEO of a specialty auto finance company in Mason, OH. Today, Becky Catino is the co-founder and co-CEO of GigSmart, a mobile-based platform that matches employers with workers in the gig economy. 198 more words
You might think it’s only the ultra-beautiful people who manage to rake in a fortune, but you’re wrong.
Because while life can undoubtedly be easier for those of us who are stunning, a new study suggests that it’s the ‘very unattractive’ people who make the most money. 271 more words