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The Corrosive Social Consequences of Disaggregation

How the traditional ‘safe’ career-paths are threated in the quest for efficiency

Photo by Luis Melendez on Unsplash

Doctor. Dentist. Lawyer. Once upon a time, they were well-defined careers for life. Custodians of the entire client journey from start to finish by a single professional. You’d go to the dentist for a checkup, clean, and treatment. You’d visit…

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Discussions on the intersection between economics, business, dentistry, and health.

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Michelle Middleton

Michelle Middleton

Health management trainee studying economics & management. I write mostly about business analysis, dentistry, wellness, and economics. Pug & Frenchie mum. 🐶

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