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  • How ‘purposeful Darwinism’ reflects modern work
  • How ‘purposeful Darwinism’ reflects modern work
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How ‘purposeful Darwinism’ reflects modern work

“Amazon is where overachievers go to feel bad about themselves,” says Noelle Barnes, who worked at the tech giant for nine years. This is a saying that circulates around the company’s campus, and following an exposé by The New York Times, it’s come under fire for its punishing work culture.

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