Tim Mitchell "pays it forward" in GlobeSt.com with career advice for young professionals
Tim Mitchell in GlobeSt.com
Just like I feel incredible satisfaction when I help a client succeed, I’ve discovered that I get the same sense of accomplishment when I create opportunities for my team members to grow and develop.
What would you advise a younger person beginning a career in CRE?
Commercial real estate has matured since I started. In the late 80s and 90s, you got into the industry through banking and brokerage. There are so many more opportunities leading to commercial real estate now — you can learn a lot working with global asset managers, advisors, and real estate technology providers. And if you’re intrigued by the capital markets, but you don’t have a specific role in mind, working for an advisor, where you’ll have access to watching lots of different roles and clients while you learn the industry, can give you a great start.
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