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17 People Making Way More Money After Leaving Finance for Start-Ups

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These entrepreneurs are proving that sometimes Wall Street is the wrong place to make bank.If you want to make a lot of money, you get a job on Wall Street. If you want to make even more money, you might dump that Wall Street job for a start-up. It isn’t a career path that works out for everyone. But for the founders of Wikipedia and Amazon, for example, ditching finance for tech was a smart choice. — Alyson Shontell This article originally appeared on Business Insider.Joshua Kushner graduated from Harvard and worked for Goldman Sachs. After a short stint there he left to pursue a career in venture capital. His firm, Thrive Capital, has invested in startups such as NastyGal, Kickstarter, Instagram, and Makerbot. He

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17 People Making Way More Money After Leaving Finance for Start-Ups

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