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Business School Peers - Does Money abound?

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At Kellogg, people are fairly conservative with money, even ex-bankers and sponsored consultants. Lots of cheap beer and wine. People of course spend money (especially on travels and school events), but people definitely aren't buying bottle service at top clubs very often.

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My advice is to take this opportunity to learn how to NOT keep up with the Joneses. This is a lesson that will help you throughout life. Spending more money than you have is always a bad idea. What is worse is letting others who are spending money guilt you, or make you feel bad enough that you have to go into debt to keep up. There will be plenty of other students who don't have money to go on every trip. Make sure to make lots of friends so that you never feel like you are missing out.
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