[Lb1] What if women are actually no less confident than men, in the workplace? Well, it upends some notions of privilege and a lot of the advice we give to women about needing to be more confident.
[Lb2] Getting software engineers unionized has been a long time goal of labor activists. Are they on the cusp?
[Lb3] Google is trying to figure out ways to further reduce the need for workers.
[Lb4] Robert Verbuggen connects the Republican food stamp bill and the hot-on-the-left idea of job guarantees.
[Lb5] Adam Ozimek is not sold on the jobs guarantee, to say the least.
[Lb6] Elizabeth Breunig is also less than thrilled, but from the other direction: She wants us to unyoke work and virtue altogether.
[Lb8] Where the rubber hits the road on unnecessary college degree requirements. I think jurisdictions should be able to pass these laws, but they’re wrapped up in the self-satisfied beliefs of economic and social privilege.
[Lb9] Vaguely reminds me of the package in The Castaway.