In Chapter 8 of 12, Ken Rona graduates Duke University with a PhD and joins McKinsey management consultling. Growing up lower middle-class, Rona was encouraged to be a wallpaper hanger and was exposed to few jobs. Working at McKinsey management consulting taught Rona how large businesses operated and what roles existed. As a result, Rona was better able to map out future career possibilities.
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