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Many of us wonder where information management jobs are headed and how and where an iffy incoming talent pool will gather needed skills. We fret over our children’s lack of interest in science and math, and the corresponding education gap in this country. And how do we teach listening and communication skills and the timeless societal lessons of liberal arts for a new tech world that calls for many skills to compete? It’s a tough line to walk...

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Comments (2)
I wonder....if I get one, and put it on my desk, will I be labeled as sexist? Could it bring a harassment charge?
Posted by John H | Wednesday, September 29 2010 at 12:37PM ET
Go, Barbie!
Posted by BEVERLY S | Wednesday, September 29 2010 at 1:52PM ET
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