When Lou Sandoval was 22, he had one of the most difficult conversations a graduating senior could have with his parents. Sandoval had logged long hours studying biochemistry at DePaul University in Chicago and had been accepted to medical school. He would be not only the first college graduate in his family, but also the first doctor in his extended family. Everyone was thrilled.
And yet, closing in on graduation, Sandoval decided he wanted to pursue a career in business. With no job prospects in sight, he didn’t know how to tell his parents without feeling like he was letting them down. READ MORE AT TRADE ONLY TODAY