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Interesting Employment Shift Among Men

What's new in this front page Washington Post story isn't that hiring is picking up faster for men. That's been clear for months. What's new is the anecdotal evidence of men beginning to apply for positions traditionally held by women. If the recent "mancession" truly has proven capable of influencing behavior by men, will we now see an uptick in the percentage of men earning college degrees?

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