I spent 15 of my working years working in a bank on some level. I started out as a teller, then moved up to teller supervisor, then over to personal banker. Then I began work as a personal loan officer, and spent my last five years in banking as a sales assistant to a mortgage branch manager. You would think that with all of that financial training I would’ve learned earlier to stay out of debt, but denial can be a comfy place to live.
Today I’m using the wisdom I gleaned from my years in banking, and looking back, I see three crucial lessons I learned from working at a bank.
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