My mentor Mike Patterson shared a good idea over lunch with me a couple weeks ago and it became more acute in my mind as I talk to my friends who are looking for summer jobs. Predictably, most people end up working for their parents (you know, file papers, answer the phone, etc). But the thing is no parent really wants to hire their kid because they want young Johnny to get the experience of working for someone else in an environment that more accurately mirrors, well, real work. Why isn’t there a database of parents and their kids so people can swap? I.e. I’ll hire your kid if you hire mine. Seems like a nice little service Monster could offer without much effort.
Get Infrequent Email Updates
- @seehafer @semil To this point, I just saw this episode of The Office for the first time -- on sensitivity training: https://t.co/Kz8gfVMWuy, Jan 18
- @JamesFallows @BillKristol Charles Kesler at the Claremont Institute, Jan 18
- RT @AldaLeuDennis: ARR is annual recurring revenue that is 𝘤𝘰𝘯𝘵𝘳𝘢𝘤𝘵𝘦𝘥. If you are just taking your last month of revenue and multiplyi… https://t.co/YMliIedfiD, Jan 17
Subscribe to BlogGet posts sent to you by email when they're published.