What is Perceived by Our Malignant Biases Infringe on America’s Future.

This essay began as part of another one about an advanced Jobs Development Platform for our entire workforce that provides — among many other transformative elements — removes bias in hiring.

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The full essay on making work, work for every worker in America, will link to this essay once I have completed the latter…

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Mostly serious stuff w/ bits of sarcastic fluff. I wish more could be told yet bios have room 4 short & bold. You’ll see less length isn’t my greatest strength.

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Mostly serious stuff w/ bits of sarcastic fluff. I wish more could be told yet bios have room 4 short & bold. You’ll see less length isn’t my greatest strength.

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