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Thoughts on the difference between ‘male work’ and ‘female work’

Recently, in a conversation, I mentioned ‘male work’ and ‘female work’.  This got me to thinking.  I have mentioned before that the male and female are different people with different traits (I spoke of similar things in an article I wrote called “Thoughts … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the myth of qualifications – the “politics of qualifications” – an administrative illusion of control

Recently, I got in an interesting conversation about qualifications for jobs, schooling, and such, that was sort of interesting.  This is basically what I said:   To be frank, my experience is that qualifications usually don’t mean much.  I’ve learned not to … Continue reading

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