A friend of mine, we’ll call her Jane, was looking for a job in online media. She’s lively, razor sharp and bursting with ideas. The boss at the up-and-coming new website where she wanted to work seemed thrilled at the prospect of hiring her. In their last of a series of meetings he said he had to have just one more conversation with a higher-up before the job would be Jane’s. He’d give her a call after New Year’s.
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By Tim Spagnola
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