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In recent times, our Middle class are all being squeezed through a White Collar funnel and the ones not cut out for it.
answering to HR
Instead of obsessing about doing things right.
I would be obsessing about having them done cheap and efficient.
Holdover idea from 1950's when engineers had a stable, very well paid job while plumbers were less affluent.
You have to rely on the stock options / success of the company.
ve made a few million in options at a few of the companies I've worked for.
and so without it you feel disconnected from the world?
A toxic relationship is a both more likely and larger life risk for a man.
The problem is that engineers are mostly meritocracy-adherents. They believe that the best ideas and the best people will be the most valued. This is not the case.
For every person in silicon valley living high off of venture capital dollars
there's a person on the east coast earning 50k a year with a Chemistry or Engineering degree wondering why their glorious education didn't get them the opportunities they hoped for.
The plumbers near me are clearing $150k to $200k easily. They make their own hours. If they want to take a vacation, they do it whenever the hell they want. It's definitely a good career path.
I was also wondering who the fuck was overpaying for her services.
$300 for unskilled labor still seems expensive to me.
childhood that has created a need to become someone they would never normally need to b
Do some Pilates and none of this stuff will be challenging. Don't let these Femi-Nazis think that they have some special abilities.Men can kick ass in most physical abilities including stretching/yoga/Pilates, etc.
I will be moving to a dedicated home laptop when my online banking is done, and never anywhere else.
Three buildings collapsed by 2 planes. That's a miracle!
Who's your favorite childhood friend should not be "Nick" but "NickTheDick" or so.
My cousin was living in SF at the time but hails from Boston. He was on that flight the day before.
they ain't that great.
When she arrived here and took the three tests for her US medical license, she scored in the top 5% of those medical school graduates taking the test. She was right up there with graduates of Harvard, Yale, and Stanford Medical Schools. She got accepted to the very competitive Kaiser San Francisco residency program.
Harvard education is competitive with or less expensive than a public university in a student’s home state.
despite the "Don't Be Evil" Claims
There is NO admissions policy at any institution at any level of selectivity that does not result in a minimum of ten percent clinkers