Work Your Way Up

Many years ago, when Millennials were first entering the workforce, several archetypical stories circulated in the press. (Today they would have circulated in social media; in those days, they circulated in newspapers.) One trope had to do with applicants bringing parents to job interviews with them – although this never happened to me, friends told …

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Solving Life’s Problems with Scope

My sister often complains about how complex her life has become, how much she has to do. She’s a mother of two teenagers; neither of the teens drive, which also makes her a driver; she’s a full-time professional with a position of responsibility; she is the wife of a husband who also works and attends …

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