I've been working at Amazon for 6 months (after an acquisition) and I haven't yet heard of anyone asked to work on weekends.
OK. But could you please tell us how often you have worked on weekends or more than 9 hours in a day?
(or just go fiber)
Using fiber is a difficult expense for true audiophiles. The fibers typically used can contain a lot of impurities which distorts the color of the light signal, introducing noise into your audio. This is why when using fiber for audio, true audiophiles only use diamond fibers extruded through Emerald dies enchanted by a wizard after he puts on his robe and hat.
This whole idea of looking at gender statistics and then deducing there is a problem is stupid.
That part isn't stupid. What is stupid is deducing that the solution involves creating new incentives for young women to go into computer science. It's a far deeper cultural phenomenon*. People don't like to admit this though because addressing deep seeded cultural phenomena require generations to change. That's no good for politicians who can't see any further than the next election cycle or executives who can't even see further than the next annual earnings report.
* Note I use the word "phenomenon" and not "problem". Whether or not any cultural phenomenon is a problem is besides the point.
After watching the collective fail of an overeducated millennial generation so far, we just want our kids to get out there and succeed. Whether or not they have the same diploma on the wall that dad, grandma or the neighbors do...not so much.
Unfortunately that same diploma is becoming increasingly essential for any employment all the way down to gas station attendant. If I had kids I would highly encourage them to find a trade and go to a trade school. Find a job that pays just well enough to do the things you actually want to do while giving you enough free time to do them.
1.) It cost money
I don't see this being a reason given the vast sum of money being spent on technology for the classroom.
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