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This millennial networking startup is saving the workforce from automation, one mimosa at a time

This millennial networking startup is saving the workforce from automation, one mimosa at a time
Courtesy of Brunchwork



Millennials are drawn to an event series called brunchwork, where they hear from powerful executives across industries and meet other ambitious professionals.




brunchwork founder Paulina Karpis was motivated to start the program four years ago because she feared she would lose her job, a broker relationships manager at JPMorgan, to automation.




Now she helps other young people retool their careers and prepare for the workplace of the future — over mimosas and acai bowls.




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Paulina Karpis remembers the moment she started worrying about her future.
It was 2015, and Karpis was in her early 20s, working as a broker relationships manager at JPMorgan. She had stopped by the equity trading desk, a team that once took up two floors of the company's headquarters on New York City's storied Park Avenue.
When she visited, "there was just a tiny room with 10 people," Karpis told Business Insider. "Electronic trading had eliminated a lot of those jobs."
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