Making the most of an accidental career
How typing lessons became a thirty-year business career.
When I was in high school and first considering potential careers, my mother advised, "learn to type, and you will always have a job." She wasn't wrong.
In 1990, I was 28, a college drop-out with a patchwork job history that included receptionist at an alcohol and drug abuse treatment center, Avon lady, newspaper copy assistant, department store executiv…
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