What are the people you knew in high school doing now?

We get all caught up in the hustle and bustle, what are some of the peers you knew in your teenage years doing now?

Do you still keep in touch with them? Would you say they're generally happy with their career choice/lifestyle decisions?

And how about you? Would you say you turned out alright based on your group of friends you had when you were younger?

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Mar 31, 2019

Looking back, the people I hung out with were either douche bags or unmotivated. I came from a rural/suburban area in PA and it was very blue collar. So I got rid of Facebook, Instagram, deleted numbers of everyone I knew from high school and haven't looked back since. I wasn't going to let my past hold me back. I knew they would be no value to me in life.

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Apr 1, 2019

Kudos to getting rid of your useless past bro. It made me so much happier.

Cash and cash equivalents: $138,311
Financial instruments and other inventory positions owned: $448,166

Apr 1, 2019

This is my approach. WHO FUCKING CARES.

Apr 3, 2019
mswoonc:

I came from a rural/suburban area in PA and it was very blue collar.

SB for rural/suburban PA

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Apr 3, 2019

No way, always suspected CRE was PA guy. SB

Apr 3, 2019

It's honestly amazing how life opens up after getting rid of social media.

Kudos to you for this

Mar 31, 2019

Well I'm only a year out but so far from what I know and the people I have kept in contact with:

3 people have died (1 in a gang slaying, 2 from suicide)

1 dropped out, now working as a waitress at cracker barrel

2 are working as mechanics and 1 is going to college part-time

A couple in community college with me, 2 are about to flunk out because they have shit grades

1 is a drug dealer and works full time at a grocery store

1 moved to New Zealand and is doing well there

The rest I'm just assuming are in college or something having fun living their lives

Funniest
Mar 31, 2019
don't be scared homie:

Well I'm only a year out but so far from what I know and the people I have kept in contact with:

3 people have died (1 in a gang slaying, 2 from suicide)

1 dropped out, now working as a waitress at cracker barrel

2 are working as mechanics and 1 is going to college part-time

A couple in community college with me, 2 are about to flunk out because they have shit grades

1 is a drug dealer and works full time at a grocery store

1 moved to New Zealand and is doing well there

The rest I'm just assuming are in college or something having fun living their lives

Looks like a good crowd, you should organize a BBQ gathering sometime.

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Mar 31, 2019

Eh, I picked out the ones that are semi-interesting

Most people just went to college and have been weekend warriors for about a year now but most nobody has really done shit with their lives that I know of so far. I mean we're not even 20 yet so it's to be expected but I do wonder sometimes what their grades are looking like and what their plans are for the future lol.

I sound like such a fucking geed when I say that but hey it is what it is

Apr 1, 2019

how does a drug dealer not make enough to quit the grocery store (unless that is where he sells the drugs) ?

sounds like a really bad drug dealer.

just google it...you're welcome

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Apr 2, 2019

you have to keep a side job so it doesnt look suspicious

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Apr 3, 2019
faceslappingcompilation:

how does a drug dealer not make enough to quit the grocery store (unless that is where he sells the drugs) ?

sounds like a really bad drug dealer.

Check Freakonomics. The foot soldier peddling assumes all the risk for dang near minimum wage. Many South Side Chicago dealers interviewed often took a job pushing a broom or working MCD to make ends meet. Moving up the food-chain to the trafficker/wholesaler is where the real cheddar is. Then again you have gunners looking to gun you down and do what you do better for cheaper.

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Mar 31, 2019

I feel like half of them are in commercial real estate and the other half work at grocery stores.

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Apr 1, 2019

One became incredibly religious and works as a tech salesman making $60k/year

One is a software engineer at a FAANG

One works at a boutique consulting firm in NY

One is a mechanical engineer at a big aerospace firm

One works at a sporting goods store and gets high all the time

"Work ethic, work ethic" - Vince Vaughn
Apr 1, 2019

Who is most content? Probably the guy ripping fat dabs all day

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Apr 1, 2019

Two are married with 1 child. The guy working as a programmer I think
One teaching martial art after failing to get into Medical School
One is in Consulting, Big4
4 dominating Private Equity in Vietnam.

Cash and cash equivalents: $138,311
Financial instruments and other inventory positions owned: $448,166

Apr 1, 2019

One is engaged with a kid (different father)

One is a paramedic working towards firefighter

One still lives at home working at a hot dog stand approaching 30, dropped out of community college

One is a bodybuilder, does community college here and there

One is a bartender, dropped out of community college

One got a degree in pol sci, went to work as consultant, now works for a travel agency and I think is happiest of all of them

Several others that I wasn't super close with are still at home doing the same thing they've always done

Hadn't really reflected on it until now, had to look several people up. Pretty much lost touch with every one I was friends with in high school. I'm kinda sad about it because I've tried to get in touch when I visit home, but what I've heard is that there is a fair bit of resentment towards me now. Our whole group was pretty lazy / stoners in HS and we had a ton of fun, but I'm the only one who really got out of that and did something else I guess.

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Apr 1, 2019
ftorbust:

One is engaged with a kid (different father)

One is a paramedic working towards firefighter

One still lives at home working at a hot dog stand approaching 30, dropped out of community college

One is a bodybuilder, does community college here and there

One is a bartender, dropped out of community college

One got a degree in pol sci, went to work as consultant, now works for a travel agency and I think is happiest of all of them

Several others that I wasn't super close with are still at home doing the same thing they've always done

Hadn't really reflected on it until now, had to look several people up. Pretty much lost touch with every one I was friends with in high school. I'm kinda sad about it because I've tried to get in touch when I visit home, but what I've heard is that there is a fair bit of resentment towards me now. Our whole group was pretty lazy / stoners in HS and we had a ton of fun, but I'm the only one who really got out of that and did something else I guess.

Kudos to you though... sometimes it's hard to outgrow the people you hang out with or used to hang out with

Apr 3, 2019

This is the exact reason I've always focused on have a couple of core friends along the way. I still have 2 incredibly close friends from HS but haven't spoken to any others in years. So many people growing up felt the need (maybe societal pressure) to have LOTS of friends, its almost like they felt it gave them value. Now they've all broken apart and hardly speak to each other because none of the bonds were strong.

Apr 1, 2019

My high school class graduated college during the middle of the financial crisis. That said, when I look at linkedin profiles, I see a lot of "SEO" and "Freelance" consultants.

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Apr 3, 2019

What does an SEO actually do? I've seen that a lot because a couple of the big employers near where I'm from are online based. I know what SEO means as an acronym, but idk what they do in a day-to-day basis.

Apr 3, 2019

play around with keywords, meta site info and linkbacks, mostly. it's pretty much a game of trying to increase your site's alexa ranking.

Apr 1, 2019

My three best friends from highschool are an orthodontist, a navy pilot, and a dude who has lived in Seoul for 5 years teaching English and dating Koreans. I still keep in touch with them - orthodontist more than the others. They all seem pretty happy and I think they all have solid, albeit very different, lives.

Apr 1, 2019
CRE:

...and a dude who has lived in Seoul for 5 years teaching English and dating Koreans

This guy wins.

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Apr 3, 2019

Yeah he was the only one who really hated his job after college and wasn't going anywhere in his industry, so he made a change and never looked back. I have a lot of respect for people who are in a shit place and then fight their way out.

Apr 2, 2019

The guy in Seoul seems pretty cool lmao

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Apr 3, 2019

It's usually the opposite tbh. I did a study abroad in China and we met a bunch of the white/American dudes "teaching" English in china. It was almost exclusively men who didn't know what they wanted to do and couldn't get laid. They thought it would be easier in China and that was the main driving factor in their decision.

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Apr 1, 2019

At least 5 of my friends have gotten married or engaged, which is horrifying to me (I'm 22). Also not a lot of kids I knew in HS have moved out of my hometown.

This post inspired me to delete a lot of numbers out of my phone/unfollow people on social media. I'm still friendly with these people, but there's been a lot of times where I just don't feel like I'm on the same level as them in terms of ambition or career aspirations. I guess that's life

Apr 1, 2019
grinandbearit:

At least 5 of my friends have gotten married or engaged, which is horrifying to me (I'm 22).

That is very young and sadly very common for where my fiancee grew up - less so for me. She knows so many people who are divorced and/or already on their second marriage.

Apr 1, 2019

Most are okay.

  1. Worked in politics but went non-profit route. Good guy but lacks business knowledge.
  2. One just got into dental school, good for you but you're 29. When will you get a job? Answer: 33 or 34.
  3. One works as an engineer in Denver but doesn't understand market demand... works for 50k a year when he could easily make 80k+. I've stopped trying to help as he just doesn't get "it."
  4. Multiple still work minimum wage jobs. Good luck y'all.
  5. Many more went to grad school. I went to a Math & Science high school, lots of doctors/lawyers/engineers. Most are succeeding at various levels.
Apr 1, 2019

was browsing on fb the other day, the guys that got into re/cre ~15 years ago seem to be doing very well financially (seattle)

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Apr 1, 2019

Let me see:

  • Jamie had a chance, well she really did - instead she dropped out and had a couple of kids
  • Mark still lives at home, 'cause he's got no job - just plays guitar and smokes a lot of pot
  • Jay committed suicide
  • Brandon OD'ed and died

Fragile lives, shattered dreams, ya know? Cruelest dream, reality.

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Apr 2, 2019

Chances thrown
Nothing's free
Longing for what used to be
Still it's hard
Hard to see
Fragile lives, shattered dreams

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Apr 2, 2019

When we were young the future was so bright

Apr 1, 2019

My top 4 high school friends:

  1. Biomedical engineer
  2. One of my good friends held various manufacturing jobs - his family is very blue collar and the kid is a hell of a worker. He just got a job at a large public utility doing blue collar ish stuff with them. He's set. College wasn't for him
  3. This friend literally just graduated last year after multiple major changes (about 3 years behind the ball). He got an exercise science degree (dear lord) and I believe he just does personal training for the time being.
  4. Some type of packaging engineer... he makes pretty good money. Maybe $85k or so in tier 3 city.

Most of my friends turned out quite alright... especially considering we were the high school pot heads.

What's kind of fucked is my buddy with no college degree is probably making more than a good chunk of my college friends who either got worthless degrees or just can't seem to land a decent job...

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Apr 1, 2019

-A couple in ops for big name PE shops

-A TON of lawyers

-Twice that many engineers

-two sports pundits in print/on TV

-Harvard Ph.D. consulting in Medical for McKinsey. (Is it possible to be more stereotypical than this?)

-A couple others in interesting jobs like working overseas for the U.S. Dept of State, anesthesiologist, and film editing.

Apr 2, 2019

We get it bro, you're cool.

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Apr 2, 2019
dsch:

We get it bro, you're cool.

Engineers and Lawyers are cool? I'm pretty sure we thought (and still think) we're all nerds.

Apr 3, 2019
Whatever1984:

-A couple in ops for big name PE shops

-A TON of lawyers

-Twice that many engineers

-two sports pundits in print/on TV

-Harvard Ph.D. consulting in Medical for McKinsey. (Is it possible to be more stereotypical than this?)

-A couple others in interesting jobs like working overseas for the U.S. Dept of State, anesthesiologist, and film editing.

Found the silver spoon guy haha. Not hating but quite obvious. Only kids that grow up in wealthy areas have high school friends with these types of pedigress

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Apr 3, 2019
BBDreamin:

Found the silver spoon guy haha. Not hating but quite obvious. Only kids that grow up in wealthy areas have high school friends with these types of pedigress

Actually, nowhere near as much as you think. It was a highly selective school for the gifted and talented that didn't charge tuition, but is regarded as being as good a choice as Exeter or Horace Mann minus the parental connections. There was a kid with a Picasso in his house, and kids on food stamps. I grew up thoroughly middle- to upper middle class, and there is no way my parents could have swung what the tuition would have been.

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Apr 2, 2019

1 - nurse
2 - bartender
3 -retired EMT/paramedic
4 - chief petty officer, US Navy [been in for about 25 years]
5 - nurse
6 - nurse
7 - psychiatrist specializing in children
8 - local radio personality, singer/performer

Don't really see anyone about more than 1x or 2x a year at birthdays/reunions, we primarily stay in touch via Facebook. 1 is my bestie from age 13. Of the above, she's the only one I'm in regular contact with, in that we text and talk on the phone - actually hung out with her this past weekend.

Seems like they are all very content, overall. Most are married with kids in their early 20's. Several are divorced. 3, 7, 8 and myself never had kids. Don't really know what they think of me, except for my bestie. They always appear to be happy to see me when I make it to a group function. 2, the bartender, always seems to make a point to say how timid and shy I was in high school and how I've supposedly "grown" a personality, LOL.

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Apr 2, 2019

And everyone thought the other guys were insecure.

Great example of how people don't really care about their privacy.

Apr 2, 2019

My core friend group from high school (around 12 of us) has stayed incredibly close throughout college and our year since graduation, close to the point where some of my college friends wish they had such good relationships with their high school buds. Some work in finance/consulting, some are engineers, one is in a FLDP type program, a couple work in the trades, and two are in law school. Pretty good all around, everyone is happy (at least happy-ish) with what they are doing. Nobody is a fuck-up in that group.

One of our crew, and I would say my best friend, passed away recently. Not to give too many details, but he died in some form of hiking accident while volunteering overseas. He hated his former job (consulting) and wanted to experience the world. He was so fucking happy when he left--yeah he wasn't making money on this journey but thats not the only thing life was about. In the wake of his loss, my friends have been incredibly comforting to both each other, our families who knew him very well (our moms are all really tight) and his family. It's really sad but it made us realize that shit like this can happen, so we will probably become even tighter as a result.

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Apr 3, 2019

sobs

(is the guy who wishes he had a close group of friends growing up)

Apr 3, 2019

I'll be your friend!!!

The problem of us being so close is why it hurt us all so much more when we lost our friend a couple weeks ago. I guess literally everything has a downside...

Apr 2, 2019

My top 4 friends from highschool:

-One was in the air force for 4 years to get his GI bill, and is now in college. Don't know what he is studying.

-One went into the air force and is making a career out of it- lives in Alaska and has a few neat hobbies

-One went into the national guard for his GI bill and is at some small college now

-One knocked a girl up, quickly married her, and works at some factory

With the exception of one really smart guy who works in futures trading, I'm the only one from my community who actually has some kind of career with upward trajectory. We'll see about the ones currently in college..

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Apr 2, 2019

1: still in school after fucking around too much with girls

2: still in school but will inherit a mid-sized business so yolo

3: dropped out and working at some small loan company

Apr 2, 2019

Coincidentally, this guy that I went to highschool with (not a friend) just showed up in the news paper last week. He was high on meth, got the cops called on him by his dad, and ended up getting shot (still alive) by the cops because he was armed and acting dangerously.

Apr 2, 2019

Most are dead or in jail.

I got rid of my high school relations a long time ago, but most live in or around NY since we grew up in the area. Not aware of anyone really setting the world on fire. Several are becoming doctors which is great, but an equal number are slinging crap RE or some other half baked product.

Apr 2, 2019

Don't keep in touch with any of them except for 1 every now and then, which is is regional manager for a retailer.
Most had kids and bounce around from shit jobs/ or got into hardcore drugs (one of my best friends which is now addicted to heroin)
A handful are still in university as they are my peers.
Almost all of them looked like they live to post on Instagram when I last checked over a year ago. Thankfully I deleted all that social media bullshit and surround myself with ambitious people.

Apr 3, 2019

Take this with a grain of salt, as I am likely too young for any of my friend group to have truly crashed and burned yet.

One works as an engineer making good money relative to his hours. Keeps saying he wants to start studying for his CFA, but never does. Apparently "finance is easy. I heard they value engineers more."

Another is a management consultant, and acts as if its he has the best job on the planet. I think I have heard this about 1000x times: "this is just practice for when I start buying companies." ... okay bud.

A few commercial bankers, a few corporate bankers, and a few investment bankers. Commercial guys hate their lives, Corporate guys want to be lifers, and the IB guys are all trying to exit.

One made the NHL. Married the hottest girl of our high school. (Funny story, she ignored him until it became evident he was going to make it, then surprisingly fell in love a year before he was drafted).

Another is on the poker circuit believe it or not. After travel he seems to make around ~50k? Don't really understand the end game here, but enjoyable lifestyle I guess! (Actually is it? Sitting around a table with a bunch of old jobless men? These aren't Molly's games we're talking about).

One if a chef jumping from kitchen to kitchen (gets in trouble too much).

The rest all live with their parents and work minimum wage jobs. A few took entrepreneurial swings and failed terribly.

A few are in law school, but not great ones, I wonder if that will be worth the investment......

Ex-girlfriend works at a brewery (really glad the 5 years she spent getting a chemistry degree was worth it :) ).

Anyways, can't wait for the reunion where half the girls have kids already!

Apr 3, 2019

Is the NHL player a goalie, by chance?

Apr 3, 2019

A defenceman, why?

Apr 3, 2019

Overwhelmingly, heroin and other opioids. But a few have stayed loyal to meth.

Apr 3, 2019

Gotta support local businesses

Apr 3, 2019

I will say that out of my large graduating class, the disparity between those who were successful in high school compared to afterwards was astounding.

Some of the teachers' pets pushing a 4.0 are now total burnouts. One had a full ride academic scholarship to a decent state school and flunked out after a year.

Some of the nobodies who didn't stand out one way or another are now killing it on either/both coasts.

This kind hearted preppy student council member is now a rapper acting like he's Straight outta Compton. He music is actually pretty good, but it's funny how he rhymes like he started from the bottom when in fact he was a spoiled kid from the burbs.

Many of the Varsity Athletes peaked during high school and now scrape by in the food/beverage service industry.

A Co-captain from the golf team is a felon who can't stay out of jail. Theft, grand theft, grand larceny and the like are his vice. He's spent more in vs. out of the sandbox to date. A recent article I read about him showed he swindled a model from Florida out of several hundred thousand.

A couple of the total smokeshows ended up with the badboy with a motorcycle and are now divorced, unsuccessful, fat, and bitter.

While there were some disparities; many students who did well in HS went on to do well in college and work great jobs. The cynic in me thinks the aforementioned examples are just funny and a way karma catches up to the vain.

Array

Apr 3, 2019

If you want to have some fun, google a student's name from HS with "Mugshot" behind it. You'll see some interesting stuff. Mugshots are public record and some questionable organizations have made a business of indexing them to google and will only remove them for a small fee of ~$500 or so.
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/may/18/mu...

Array

Apr 3, 2019

By reading this post I can assume modern WSO is all about undergrads now.

Apr 3, 2019

It's sad, I feel old, and even I'm still a millennial.

Array

Apr 3, 2019

Back in my time grass was greener

Apr 3, 2019

I'll find out at the reunion in a year.

Apr 3, 2019

I had sort of a dramatic drop in socioeconomic status going into my teen years after the main breadwinner in my family passed away so the outcomes from pre-13 peers and post-13 peers are pretty interesting to contrast.

Post-13 I went to a somewhat shitty public school in Scotland. something like ~60% (class of c.150 folks) of the class left at 16 to go onto further ed colleges, get jobs on oil rigs, get apprenticeships in trades and work in shops/hospitality jobs. The rest that stayed mostly went onto university with 1 person doing medicine, and a fair number (~10) doing law, traditional humanities and engineering/science. The rest do things like marketing or construction management or journalism or some other less academic subject. Only a handful of people ended up at 'top' universities. A few years on and some of the further ed college students did end up at university but people are largely not doing anything extraordinary with their lives. A somewhat higher than normal rate of teen pregnancy to boot.

Pre-13 I lived the typical bougie expat life at international schools and such. Pretty much everyone I went to school with from those years went to university very quickly (immediately after high school to after 1 or 2 gap years). A lot of top universities represented (Stanford, NYU Stern, USC Marshall, Oxbridge, Imperial, Edinburgh, Princeton, UT-Austin etc) and all are doing pretty well career wise too. Plenty of folks going into BB/EB banking, strategy consulting, medicine, petroleum engineering (expected considering the demographic of oil expat kids), top tech PM/SWE, trainee lawyers at top firms etc etc. No one has particularly fucked up with their lives or anything.

Also applied to boarding school/did summer programs and the peers from those demographics are pretty much uniformly ivy league/top tier university grads/students. Almost all in some form of prestigious job.

Really goes to show how much the world is rigged in favour of those with money.

Apr 3, 2019

sobs

(is the guy who wishes he had a close group of friends growing up)

Apr 3, 2019

For some reason WSO keeps the last comment you posted so excuse the double post. Went to high school in a lower income area and so far this is what I remember.

One guy is working at Deloitte and lives in DC.

A lot of people entered the medical profession, usually as nurses or pharmacists, cannot think of any doctors or dentists.

A couple entered the military.

Apr 3, 2019

Went to a top performing charter school that was 95% black kids and rest were Latino from low income families. Graduated with a class of 85 kids and we all went to really good universities and all of us are doing pretty well (we have an alumni meeting at our high school every January). I'm the only one in Consulting. Ton of law and med school kids. Only one had a kid but she's married and works in Real Estate. Super happy to see us all survive college lol

Apr 4, 2019

Everything from city traders, lawyers all the way to cashiers.

Apr 4, 2019

Went to high school in a small blue collar city:
-Mechanic (x2)
-Manager of a home improvement store
-Went to college, never had a job, still lives with parents (at 28...yeah)
-Manual labor job at solar panel company
-Engineer for the state government
-Went to law school, but couldn't find a job requiring JD so has basic desk job
-PhD student at prestigious institution

I never talk salaries with my HS friends but my guess is they are in the $40-60k range. It's not a glamorous existence but pretty standard for middle-America and can lead to a perfectly normal life. Some may end up in jail or get hooked on drugs, others may hit six figures. I'm a lurker resident physician (here to fantasize about the greener grass in finance haha). Based on conversations with my brother-in-law, finance, like medicine, is a bubble of generally more affluent people to begin with. Hence the greater perspective of things can get skewed. Nihilism can hit pretty hard when the repetitive reality of adulthood sets in for the vast majority of the public. Not that my HS friends are unhappy, per se, but I think many of them don't derive a sense of purpose or satisfaction from their work. I don't see that to the same extent in the high achievers who I interact with.

Apr 4, 2019

Do they treat you differently because you are in medicine?

No pain no game.

Apr 4, 2019

High school was in a small blue collar city... the school was in the "ghetto" of the area...

There are some who are engineer (3 that i can count).. the rest are insurance salespeople..construction..2 in jail on GTA.. rest no idea.

Apr 4, 2019

I was in Vegas during my HS reunion.

Most are married/settled down. Close people I know quit medicine (family sacrifice), the other two are heavy political players, one worked directly under Bill Gates, one Google (lifer), one works in Research in STEM.

Rest/most of them work in regular industries - a few quit IBD after 1-3 years. Others are professors at Kellogg, NYU, etc.

Life is interesting, right? I pick up whomever recognizes me on the streets or on FB, so it gets fun when we go shoot pool or go for drinks. I focus mainly with the crowd who are in tech/politics/finance/med/law from those is HS.

No pain no game.

Apr 5, 2019

No idea what the subpar are doing, I don't do social media so I don't keep up. I do know what my peers are up to.

  • Medical resident at top school (think Duke/Northwestern/UPenn) and other doctors
  • Navy Pilot
  • Harvard MBA program after corp dev at a top tech company following IB
  • Harvard Econ PHD
  • Various Engineers
  • Assistant District Attorney and other lawyers
  • Commercial banking guys (both middle office and front)
  • Nurses
  • Teachers
  • Pharmacists
  • Tech sales
  • Accountants

I went to a pretty middle of the road school. Just a lot of kids of immigrants (Vietnamese, Pakistani, Indian, Nigerian) that were pretty focused. I was not focused.

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Apr 5, 2019

Too cool to have friends in back office, I see lmal

Have you ever thought of investing in real estate?

Apr 5, 2019
The King of Success:

Too cool to have friends in back office, I see lmal

Almost none of these people are my friends. I keep in touch with maybe 2 ppl from HS, one of them is the navy pilot and I never see him... cuz he's always in some other country.

Apr 5, 2019

In terms of the circle of friends and the extras from partying and such it ranges from owning a couple of businesses, one running a Fortune 500, several CFO's and lawyers, and then all the way to bartending today, drugs, and in/out of jail/prison.

So in that regard I turned out pretty damn well but I was aware of who would move on and who would stay behind and never change. I spoke of that summer when I left for undergrad that I considered that a chapter in my life and that book was now closed and I was so ready for new beginnings. Don't get me wrong, HS was a blast and the only change I would make is I wished I had taken academics more seriously as my first semester was a rude awakening.

Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.

Apr 5, 2019

I was supposed to grow up and be the loser, but here I am, possibly the most successful person from my highschool and group of friends.
- A pair of twins who live in their mothers basement and run a semi-popular instagram account while getting stoned every night
- One has been in college for 6 years part time, working retail the rest of the time.
- A couple have OD'd
- Plenty of drop outs who end up having a kid that they cant take care of
- Most of the pretty girls from my HS got pregnant/became waitresses or bar tenders with nothing else really going for them
- One actually became an MLB pitcher, so shoutout to him.

Apr 8, 2019
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Apr 6, 2019