Random thoughts about roadside art, National Parks, historic preservation, philosophy of technology, and whatever else happens to cross my mind.
I don't quite get this, but I do have the feeling that new grads with a halfway decent GPA will have a better time getting and keeping a job. Older workers who earn more will be laid off, the previous job titles changed and cheap young workers will replace them. Cheap cogs in the corporate machine. Cheery, aren't I?
Yep, what Utah said!! Sad but true.
Well, the entrepreneurs who smell opportunity where others don't, like the guy in the cartoon ending up as a VP in the company because he apparently tapped into the unspoken hostility floating around at family reunions, will have always have an edge, too. I've been at more than a few family gatherings where I would love to have lobbed, at the very least, a nice water balloon at some of my more annoying kinfolk.
Any of my kin that I cared about have died and I don't give a damn about the rest of them. Human monkeys are the only species that give a crap about all that. They have a big Cook family reunion in Utah every year, never been to one, I much prefer my extended family of friends. As for jobs, skills is what it will take to get by in the future, and not necessarily high tech skills, but just skills that will get you by.
I'm not sure it's safe to apply any logic to corporate behavior.Witness pet rocks.
It's been ages since I went to a family reunion. I've just not felt the tug to attend.This cartoon cracked me up, though.
every time i go to a family reunion everyone joins hands and starts to pray.
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