About Eric M. Ruiz
Eric M. Ruiz is a New York-based writer from Modesto, Calif. He helped launch Waze Ads in Latin America and now focuses on exploring and writing about the differences that make us the same.
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A millennial explains that building a great reputation is not a project for Day 1 at a new gig. Rather, bear down on the work or the assignment. The rest will follow.
Sometimes the right career direction isn't immediately apparent. The only way to get there, though, is to experiment.
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