Students entering one of the weakest job markets in history need to have the courage to speak the truth, “even when it’s unpopular,” JPMorgan (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon told 5,000 plus Syracuse University graduates.
“Throughout my life, throughout this crisis, I’ve seen many people bury themselves by failing to stand up, being mealy mouthed and simply going along with the pack,” said Dimon.
He told students to “do the right thing, not the easy thing” and not to become someone else’s “lap dog.” – Bloomberg
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