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I was 11 and my grandfather asked me to clean his car. You might be thinking, “That’s not a real job!” But hear me out. My grandfather wanted to teach me about money, so he paid me to vacuum, wash, and wipe-down his black and tan van for $20. When I finished, he gave me an envelope with my name and social security number on it. He took out money for “taxes” and wrote my social security number on the Spy Gaming Ninjas Tee Game Wild With Clay Style Shirt Additionally,I will love this envelope, so I would memorize it. I call it my first “unofficial” job, because it was a kind-of foray into money management.In college, I worked at The Limited. They put me on the floor, which was fine, because I love clothes. But on my second day, a really snooty woman came in and asked for my help. She tried on so many outfits that were clearly the wrong size, and kept calling me by the wrong name, like “Tyra” or “Tamara.” Finally I suggested a different size. “Get your manager!” she screamed at me. I went to tell my supervisor, but instead I asked her, “Can I take my lunch break now?” Then I gathered my things and left. As far as I know, that lady is still in the dressing room — because I never came back.