Facebook, Instagram, Ben Bernanke: Thank You For the New Tech Bubble
I'm always perplexed why the quality of the number of users is never challenged.
How do you know a ton weren't generated as apart of some marketing strategy?
Or rather, how can you NOT suspect that a significant portion of them aren't fake?
Has the issue of verifying online registration as belonging to an actual, unique person been solved with absolute certainty while I wasn't paying attention?
What is your normal work attire?
I found it highly amusing that skirts/dresses were not offered as an option at all.
I own and wear far more skirts and dresses than I do pants. They're more comfortable and flattering for me. Where I work now does have a business casual dress code which means mangement wears suits/ties and the rest of us who do the real work, (couldn't resist the dig), get to wear whatever for the most part. Jeans and t-shirts are only ok on Fridays.
The thing is, when I've worked at jeans and t-shirt tech companies I still wore skirts and dresses, even caused problems on occasion since everyone wondered where I was interviewing but I really just like wearing them.