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Posted by alexandra_k on August 5, 2021, at 15:46:57

In reply to Re: ... jump, posted by alexandra_k on August 5, 2021, at 15:39:32

I mean, there are plenty of people who just wanted to have a meaningful job that was respected. Doctors. Nurses. Police. Fire. Ambulance service. Teachers. Things like that. Civil servant kinds of jobs. Helping people. Helping society.

And you think of the television shows around it. This idea that they are working... Not rich. But enough to be comfortable. To have a house. To enjoy holidays. Comradarie. Etc.

But then you have a bunch of... Meanspirited folk. Best I can figure. Meanspirited folk. Who think that they should be prevented or prohibited from doing those kinds of jobs. Squeezed so they can't afford to live in their houses. Or whatever.

You can see the administration or management take-over of Universities... Where you would expect the Universities to be showcasing the researchers. Listing them. Having links from their pages to their work. So that students can see who is there and read their work. Make informed decisions about the department where they might fit. Academically or intellectually.

But now... You have to hunt to find who is actually there.

And management and administration is centre-stage. They will actually devote a great deal of webspace to departmental administration. Like studnets are making choices of where to study on the basis of who the chair of the department is or who the senior administrator is. Like that's the point of it all.

Of course it is, silly girl. Whoever prints the transcripts. Hahahahhaha. That's the point of it all.




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