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Sal Khan announces new careers and personal finance content

Khan Academy partners with Bank of America to offer financial literacy and career guidance. They interview individuals from various career stages and backgrounds, answering key questions about career paths, earnings, and life decisions. This initiative includes career videos, interviews, and financial literacy content.

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Hi, I'm Sal Khan, founder of the Khan Academy, a not-for-profit with a mission of providing a free world-class education for anyone, anywhere. And many of you all might associate us as a place you might go for help with math, or science, or world history. But what we're announcing today is a partnership that goes beyond that. That allows you to help navigate your life. Since 2013, we've had a partnership with Bank of America around financial literacy. And what we're now doing, is we're extending that so it's about financial literacy and career. And what's exciting, whether you are a recent college grad, or someone who is mid-career, we are going and interviewing people at every stage of their career and every walk of life and asking them the questions that we all wanna know but it's hard to get answers to. How much money do people make? What are the career paths? What are the decisions that they wish they had done differently? What are the real pros and cons of different career tracks? And so we are launching that with Bank of America, the career videos, the interviews, plus, in context with that, we have all of the content on financial literacy. The videos, and the articles. And so stay tuned, this is just the beginning. We're going to keep adding more and more content, and we look forward to going on this career and life skills adventure with all of you, and hopefully we can all make