From our Canadian Agent in the Field:
"Please share my pain and read and share this appalling article.
She contributes nothing. She creates nothing. And despite decades in
school, she can't even craft a sentence above a fifth-grade level.
the "action figures" on the shelf behind her head in the photo. A
31-year-old woman! And why doesn't she work? She says, in a
barely-literate reply to a reader comment:
I have left school twice and only managed to get those jobs mentioned
above. I have not been graced with good "business connections" merely
hard work and decent grades. This doesn't always lead to lucrative
careers. Furthermore, simply having a BA coupled with being a woman (in a
still uneven employment market) doesn't bode well for jumping into a
career after an undergraduate degree. I'd say it's starting to become
the norm for people to do graduate degrees. I would love it if employers
could see the value in the Humanities but sadly, this is not always the
"Coupled with being a woman"! I am crying with laughter. She lives in Ontario, because she mentions OSAP."