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The Job Interview

Navigating the corporate abyss

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The interviewer appeared pleasant enough, so I immediately wanted to kill him. We’d see how long that smile lasted once I was an employee, but fortunately, that was probably never going to happen.

Walking through the floor plan on the way to his office, there were no other offices or even departments, just row after row of employees in what couldn’t even…

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