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blackbootz  ·  253 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: April 4, 2018

    I wonder if there's an undertone of "It's harder to find people to date when I'm 26 and a lot of the people I hang out with aren't even old enough to drink" (because when I was that age and dating, being old enough to drink was kind of a hard line in perception to me) - but then - ignore me projecting.

No, you were spot on. What ails me has pretty large dating component, I just left that out for some reason.

    Also, mega huge congratulations on the scholarships - and have you explored the potential for employer reimbursement? I forget where you are working atm.

For undergraduate? I'm still finishing my economics bachelors. I'll be interning at Morgan Stanley this summer.

_refugee_  ·  247 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Well, depending on your employer, but the short answer is yes, you might be able to get tuition reimbursement undergrad or grad. The long answer is that it's less likely the more indie your employer is (and I suspect yours is more indie than not) -- I also feel at this point you'd probably know if otherwise, so sorry for throwing you down a rabbithole =)