Re: Being an Expert (was:I'm taking my marbles and going home...)
FWIW, Most organizations don't admit it -- some aren't even conscious of doing it -- but they hire people to fit a family of jobs. Who gets hired often depends on as much on how a person fits with the job skills of others on the team. And people are often hired as much for the soft-skills that come out during an interview, as anything else.
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