Leadership Is the Hardest Job I Never Want

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Admittedly, I’m the exact reason I never want to be a leader or climb into management. I’m not interested in guiding a team or being responsible for anyone’s “career progression”. As a millennial who has only ever taken whatever paltry position the job market had to offer, I’m not even sure what that means.

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sometimes it comes off funny, but i’m always being serious. jaylaxsun@gmail.com

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sometimes it comes off funny, but i’m always being serious. jaylaxsun@gmail.com

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