Andrew Carnegie: A Valuable Skill For Work

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Andrew Carnegie was born outside of the country but moved early. At an early age he learned a very valuable skill for work. He worked for a Tom scott in his railroad business. Carnegie did his best to be friendly to his employees. He sold his business to Morgan and donated money.
Andrew Carnegie was born in the United Kingdom and moved into America for work when he was young. His family struggled with work. He worked while he was young and was a good worker. He worked for a telegraph company and learned a valuable skill. It was morse code. He became very good at it and because of it became of valuable worker. Carnegie soon becomes an important employee for Tom Scott. Scott was the superintendent for the railroads in Pennsylvania.
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