What Iconic Leaders Did As Their First Jobs [Infographic]

Everyone’s got to start somewhere before iconic leaders make headlines – Barack Obama is no different. Long before he was President of the United States, at 16, he was scooping ice cream at Baskin Robbins for $8.60 per hour. Virgin Group founder, Richard Branson, who is worth billions today, started out as a parakeet breeder. He was paid only $10 per bird.

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If you’re interested to find out what the CEO of Starbucks, Howard Schultz, Bret Taylor of Google Maps and Marissa Mayer of Yahoo did as their first job, this adorable infographic is worth a look. You’ll also be treated with inspiring quotes like Warren Buffett’s "Rule No. 1".

First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders
First job of iconic leaders

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