Credit consultant and midwest eye consultant, Matt Zoladzewski, is an associate professor at the University of Chicago Law School.
Zoladski is the founder and president of Midwest Eye Consulting, which specializes in helping clients find affordable, high-quality eye care.
Zolodzewski is also a writer for the New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, and other publications.
According to Zolas, he has more than 1,000 clients.
In addition to his teaching, Zoladski serves as a consultant for several other high-profile corporations and nonprofits, including Google, Intel, Walmart, Microsoft, and United Parcel Service.
His articles and videos have been viewed nearly 4 million times.
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“In a year, we’ve taken down hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of debt,” Zoladi said.
“There is no way that I would have ever been able to do that without this group of people, but I think it has paid off in a way that we didn’t expect.”
Zoladsky is not alone in the Midwestern Eye community.
About 40 percent of the Midwest Eye community is female, and the average age is 36.
The Midwestern eye community also has some serious financial firepower.
According to a 2017 study, the average Midwesterner has $1.6 million in savings, or about $8,000 per month.
The study also found that the average midwesterner saved about $3,000 for every $1,000 in household debt.
That means the average Midwester can get up to $1 million per year in income without ever working.
To help the Midweek Eye Foundation’s mission of helping Midwesterners save for the future, the MidWeek Eye Foundation is supporting an online video contest for those who want to win a new pair of glasses.
If you’re a Midweek participant, you can win a pair of Midweek eye glasses.
A pair of new glasses made by Midwest Eye.
Winners will be announced at a later date.
To learn more about Midweek’s mission and how to get involved, visit midweekfoundation.org.