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Episode Info: In this week’s episode: Comedians in Class doing Comedy, from The Economist • Virtual Assistants • Marketing Leggett & Platt mattress springs • and more… As much as I don’t care to send them the traffic, here is The Economist’s 410-word absolute pot-boiler about some managers took an improv class. Perhaps you’ll find it more edifying to read The Nation’s ‘The Economist’ Has a Slavery Problem or The Atlantic’s The Economist Is Sorry About Its ‘Not All Slave Masters’ Book Review. (Though obviously the magazine that writes paycheques to Rahm Emanuel, David Frum and Jeffrey Goldberg should be razed as well.)Want to take your very own Canada Job Bank quiz? Have you also tricked yourself into thinking it’ll make great radio? Well friend, here ya go!Here’s everything you wanted to know about working at Leggett & Platt but were afraid to ask!Visit our show page on CFMU or view the Work It archives for more episodes. Or find us on: iTunes, Pocket Casts, Overcast.fm, Spotify, Google Play Music, Stitcher, and TuneIn Radio. Also, please consider following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram where we’re @WorkItPod. Please subscribe on YouTube, where you can search for ‘Spooky Magazine’ and try and find us. ...
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