"The kind of worker they imagine is a worker like themselves. A worker who is constantly retraining, a worker who is constantly networked, a worker whose skill set is very interchangeable, a worker who thinks of downsizing as a challenge — a worker who thrives on this. This becomes the prototype, but in many ways that's quite removed from the daily lives of most American workers."I sure would like to read more of her thoughts, but what there is you can read here.
-- David M Gordon / The Deipnosophist