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Subject:Re: Getting that degree (Append) From:Ken d'Albenas <kendal -at- AUTOTROL -dot- CUC -dot- AB -dot- CA> Date:Mon, 29 Nov 1993 17:06:11 MST
Re "Getting that degree," DA Smith <tscom007 -at- DUNX1 -dot- OCS -dot- DREXEL -dot- EDU> writes:
> . . .Then again, I've seen a lot of experienced people
> passed by. . . Even if the person ultimately hired does not have the
> experience. . .
> I'll stop here... I'm about to passionately launch as to the above being
> one of the reasons many companies are so badly managed. (If you really want
> to hear it, contact me privately. Temps see a lot.)
> --DA Smith
They sure do.
I don't know how other techwr subscribers feel, but I say, "Go public!"
Sounds like you have something interesting to say, backed up with empirical
data. I think it's relevant enough to spin out to the list.
Ken d'Albenas (not kensti)
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