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 PAPER!
Following up with my (tipsy) stories from Saturday night… IF you don’t know what you are doing with your life it’s time to LEARN a new skill and succeed!πŸ‘‡ - Today’s workplace is not like that of our mothers and fathers. Our parents would pick a single career, like an accountant, doctor, lawyer, or teacher, and continue with that role and position for the rest of their life. That sh*t is not like that anymore. Times have changed. - However, that does not mean the jobs have disappeared, they have simply shifted to other sectors. The truth is there are millions of job vacancies that are available right now if you have the right skill sets. And with advances in modern technology, these skills are all accessible through online courses from the confines of your own home. - My number one recommendation? πŸ‘‰Digital Marketing. Just about every major business area has undergone massive changes in the last ten years and marketing is no different. If you didn’t know, online marketing is the future. πŸ”₯ More than ever, businesses need people who understand the landscape of online marketing, which covers Search Engine Optimization (SEO), content marketing, and social media. Didn’t understand those terms? Ok, I will break it down but make sure YOU research on your own. Quick: SEO helps businesses get found online; content marketing is all about creating valuable content that people want to share; and social media is a platform to share valuable content and engage with consumers. (The gram for example) - Now… just in case you are interested on a very lucrative online business πŸ‘€ you can click the link in my bio and thank me later πŸ˜‰ πŸ‘‰ @millionaire_mentor - life skills millionairementor

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Anaconda, Books, and cnn.com: Student Accidentally Receives $1M in Financial Aid @balleralert Student Accidentally Receives $1M in Financial Aid - blogged by: @its_sharr β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € A South African student accidentally received a deposit of $1 million in her financial aid account and spent more than $60k before authorities realized the mistake. Walter Sisulu University in Eastern Cape province accidentally loaded the massive funds onto the student's financial aid debit card. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The financial assistant was only supposed to be a $100 stipend for food and books, and was available to the student immediately. However, four extra zeroes were accidentally added to the deposit, quicky turning the student's $100 stipend into a $1 million shopping spree. University officially didn't realize the mistake until another student discovered the young woman's newly found extravagant spending habits and alerted authorities. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € While several media outlets identified the student on social media, university officials have refused to release the student's identity in compliance with South African law. In just a few weeks, WSU claims that the student spent tens of thousands of dollars on miscellaneous items and WSU officials have started examining her transaction records to determine the extent of her shopping spree. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € According to CNN, the student's financial aid account has been blocked and the remaining balance has been retracted. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € "The student will be liable for the money she's already spent," a WSU spokesperson stated. Intellimali, the financial aid company responsible for issuing the cards, has taken full responsibility for the oversight and have put new polices in place to ensure this incident never happens again. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Intellimali has also appointed an auditor to investigate the incident further and claimed legal action will be taken against the student for the misuse of funds. The South African Parliament also weighed in on the oversight stating, "this is unacceptable that such a grave mistake as this one could occur undetected on money appropriated by Parliament."
Anaconda, Books, and cnn.com: Student Accidentally Receives
 $1M in Financial Aid
 @balleralert
Student Accidentally Receives $1M in Financial Aid - blogged by: @its_sharr β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € A South African student accidentally received a deposit of $1 million in her financial aid account and spent more than $60k before authorities realized the mistake. Walter Sisulu University in Eastern Cape province accidentally loaded the massive funds onto the student's financial aid debit card. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The financial assistant was only supposed to be a $100 stipend for food and books, and was available to the student immediately. However, four extra zeroes were accidentally added to the deposit, quicky turning the student's $100 stipend into a $1 million shopping spree. University officially didn't realize the mistake until another student discovered the young woman's newly found extravagant spending habits and alerted authorities. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € While several media outlets identified the student on social media, university officials have refused to release the student's identity in compliance with South African law. In just a few weeks, WSU claims that the student spent tens of thousands of dollars on miscellaneous items and WSU officials have started examining her transaction records to determine the extent of her shopping spree. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € According to CNN, the student's financial aid account has been blocked and the remaining balance has been retracted. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € "The student will be liable for the money she's already spent," a WSU spokesperson stated. Intellimali, the financial aid company responsible for issuing the cards, has taken full responsibility for the oversight and have put new polices in place to ensure this incident never happens again. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Intellimali has also appointed an auditor to investigate the incident further and claimed legal action will be taken against the student for the misuse of funds. The South African Parliament also weighed in on the oversight stating, "this is unacceptable that such a grave mistake as this one could occur undetected on money appropriated by Parliament."

Student Accidentally Receives $1M in Financial Aid - blogged by: @its_sharr β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € A South African student accidentally received a ...