Articles under “Career advice”

Career choices can have a significant impact on your your long-term wealth. These posts advise young professionals on how to think through critical career decisions.

Demystifying Venture Capital Economics, Part 4: What Analysts Get Wrong About Innovation

In 2014 our CEO, Adam Nash, caused quite a stir when he said “In the next 10 years, everyone will be using some form of automated investment service.”  Frankly, many market analysts thought he was nuts. Twenty-five years in the venture capital business leads me to believe Adam is right.

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The 2016 Wealthfront Career-Launching Companies List

[Editor’s note: To see this year’s updated list, visit The 2017 Wealthfront Career-Launching Companies List.] Today we are pleased to present our fourth annual list of US mid-sized technology companies with momentum. We publish this list because we believe these companies are the ideal places for young people to start their careers.

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Physician, Heal Thy Balance Sheet

So it turns out there’s a good reason your mother wanted you to be a doctor. As a group, no other profession generates higher average annual income than physicians.

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How Do You Recognize a Sinking Ship?

Kenny Rogers probably didn’t realize his now famous lyrics “You’ve got to know when to hold ‘em. Know when to fold ‘em.” was also outstanding career advice.

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