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Product Manager, My Life
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In my ongoing job search, I have occasion to look through a variety of job bank websites. The primary effect is to make me wish I had kept my technical skills up-to-date rather than pursuing this management junk that really has no future. Despite the doom-and-gloom articles about the way in which offshoring is leading to the death of technology jobs, it’s clear that anyone with a solid technical background can have their pick of positions. Today while I was poking around one of these job sites, I came across listings for the following roles:

Product manager, infectious diseases – do you think you have to come up with new ones, or can you just repackage and remarket the classics? Do you join as a junior product manager working on the lesser poxes (chicken, cow) and work up to the more lethal varieties (small)? You probably wouldn't want to take your work home with you, would you?

Product manager, holemaking products – donuts? Bagels? Fence post holes? Black holes? Holes-in-one? Plot holes? Bolt holes? The mind does boggle.

Sanitizer – Lay & Skilling, et. al. should have had a gaggle of these.

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