New York Post
Even a lowly summer job can propel your career
By Virginia Backaitis
Betterment CEO Jon Stein wasn’t a slacker. The 37-year-old founder of what many consider to be the world’s hottest financial-technology company did everything from selling lemonade to penning articles for travel guides to managing the Dunster Grille at Harvard.
How did those jobs prepare him for creating and running a $9 billion investment firm boasting more than 250,000 clients?