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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Some high schoolers got a bit of career advice from the mayor of Milwaukee Monday, March 27.
Mayor Cavalier Johnson visited Tenor High School to talk to kids about what it takes to work in government and politics.
He was joined by state Rep. Kalan Haywood and a member of U.S. Congresswoman Gwen Moore's office.
The students also got to ask questions, and one asked the mayor for advice for someone who wants to work in politics.
"The next piece of advice I would tell you is to really make sure that this is something that you want to do," Mayor Johnson said. "Because as I mentioned, it's a -- it's a difficult, challenging, complex, but still very rewarding job."
After the discussion, the mayor got a tour of the school's new Tenor Journal Square, including a sneak peek of the Innovation Center.