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Are job roles wrongly downplayed based on the perception of who is performing them?
This could apply to any number of roles, but the one I had in mind was "secretary." In say, the Middle Ages, a secretary was always a man, and handled the correspondence, (and much of the other ...
Oct 11 '13 at 16:00
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