A Career Profile

A Career Profile

On October the tenth I interviewed Mr. Jonathan Franklin Raymond. Mr. Raymond intrigued me because he graduated from a prestigious college, yet he has never utilized his degree. With Mr. Raymond?s permission, I will refer to him as Jon throughout the interview and paper.
Jennifer: What were your hobbies as a child
Jon: I read a lot of comic books. I also had a chemistry set. In fact, I had my own little laboratory. It consisted of my chemistry set, a microscope, and a weather station. I also liked to build things.
Jennifer: Would you consider yourself has having been a social child
Jon: Yes, I guess so. I had a few really close friends. I never really cared what other people thought of me. I was quite unmindful of what other people thought.
Jennifer: What did your father do for a living
Jon: My father was a jeweler. He worked for my grandfather up until I was in high school, then he had his own business.
Jennifer: What did your mother do for a living
Jon: She was a schoolteacher all of her life. She taught choir until I entered high school, then she started teaching elementary education.
Jennifer: Did either of your parents

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