November 09, 2018

(AP Photo/ Seth Wenig)  

First: in the early 1970s, the average age of first-time moms was 21. Now, the average is 26. We talk with economist Caitlin Knowles Myers and New York Times correspondent Claire Cain Miller about why so many couples are putting off having kids and we also consider how education, politics and geography intersect with that decision.

Next: what if a personality test dictated the course of your career? For many, over the past several decades, the Myers-Briggs did just that. And it opened the door for personality testing in corporate America, the military, and even the church.

Then, dear listeners, you had some thoughts about our show regarding the future of work. We’ve highlighted some of your workplace experiences with technology. Both the good and the bad.

Merve Emre, Myers-Brigg, Fertility, Caitlin Knowles Myers, Claire Cain Miller

Previous Post

Full Show: Cutting It Down To Size

Next Post

The People Powering AI Decisions

comments powered by Disqus