This purchase would mark my transition from the casual wardrobes of grad school and summer camp into the sobering reality of the modern American office workplace.
Here’s another essay that’ll stick with you: Elizabeth Rosen’s “A Real Emergency,” at Hazlitt.
Today’s must-read essay comes from Alana Semuels, at The Atlantic.
I worked at the clothing store Express for the summers of 2007, 2008, and 2009.
It wasn’t until I was hired that I learned wearing a corset and skirt was mandatory during my shift, and I had to buy them myself.
Alison Green (of Ask A Manager) explains how bad jobs can distort our sense of what the workplace should be like.
It comes with an unexpectedly exploitable set of economic incentives.
I don’t know about you, but I was not pleased with yesterday’s Supreme Court decision regarding workers’ rights to class action lawsuits.