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Suzanne

I find this extremely interesting because I have a very close friend who is an engineer (and a guy). He's brilliant. His company sends him all over the world to install machinery. However, although he wanted to be put in the managerial track, he was put in the technical track.

My friend gets angry because he feels that women in his company are given preference for the managerial track. I really don't know if there's something fishy going on over there. However, I always thought that it's quite obvious that my friend is brilliant - and yet he's not always the most eloquent when it comes to sharing his brilliant ideas. I always wondered if the women who were being put in the management track were better at communicating.

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