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This classic career advice is completely WRONG

According to research conducted by KornFerry, the average age of a CEO is 58; yes, CEOs have a lot of experience and knowledge to pass down, but they also started their careers and worked their way up in a very different corporate age.

Over the past decade, the business sector has undergone a massive shake-up that abolished much of the stuffy old business norms and replaced them with a new set of standards by which to gauge success.

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