Warren Buffett: '3 things I look for in an employee'

Warren Buffett: '3 things I look for in an employee'

Warren Buffett bought his first stock at aged 11 and by aged 17, he made $53,000. The legendary investor, business magnate and philanthropist, worth $80billion, now aged 87, has plenty of wisdom to offer when it comes to identifying and hiring the right employees.  

The Chief Executive Officer of Berkshire Hathaway - a conglomerate which owns more than 60 companies - told Nebraska Business magazine that he looks for three things: “You look for intelligence, you look for energy and you look for integrity.”

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Comments (1)

  • L I Molnar
    L I Molnar
    Sat, 14 Oct 2017 1:36pm BST
    Let's not forget that 'college age' is any age. Creating shame based on age lets underpriveled people think it's too late for them to go back to school.

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