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> I think you need to be very very careful when you talk about this, and not
> make assumptions about secretaries. There are secretaries out there with
> BA's from prestigious universities and even a few with PhD's <snip>
That's true. However, in my experience those who assume that any woman
who can type is a secretary also tend to assume secretaries never have
degrees. I wonder if any woman who types ever received a Happy Boss's
Day card by mistake.