Can High Tech Money Management Create Happiness?

By Samantha Sharf

Jon Stein graduated from Harvard University in 2001, “heady days” when he says 40% of the school’s graduating class went into finance or management consulting. Inspired by the disconnect he saw between courses in economics and human behavior Stein set out to find a career where he could “help people pursue happiness.” No such career surfaced – Harvard doesn’t mint many ice cream men – so Stein took a job as a consultant advising big banks.

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This article originally published September 10th, 2014 on Forbes.