Dec 13, 1996 04:51 AM
by John Straughn
Ann E. Bermingham writes:
>This is changing. There was an article I found the Sunday Sun-Times a few
>ago that says that men are entering fields that were traditionally thought
>to be for
>women. It has to do with the tighter job market and the fact that some men
>beginning to feel that they are better suited for those jobs. For example,
>now training to become nurses.
Very true. In fact, just recently, I was hired for the summer at a bank.
Unfortunately, I later found out, (actually I knew all along), that I got the
job simply because a girl-friend of mine worked there and had a lot of
>I just see this as another indication that the Aquarian ideals of equality
>are slowly being
>put into action.
>> Most men are pigs, I won't deny that.
>But their curly tales are so cute.
hehehe. We squeak nicely if you pull them too.
>>A male CEO will usually want a good-looking female secretary to
>> work for him. This is true. This is what proves my point. A female CEO
>> refuse to hire a male secretary because she feels that she would be
>> the rise of women in the job market if she did so. Damn, I'm stuck.
>Do you have the statistics to back this up? Personally, I'd love to have
>a nice young guy for my secretary. ;-)
>-Ann E. Bermingham
No. No statistics, but I'll find them. They're out there somewhere. BTW,
where do I put in my application? *Big, cheesy grin*
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