Is being taller women an advantage or a disadvantage in regards to your career? There is a difference between being overused. You see, there is a difference between overusing and being overqualified. I know that many women enjoy being overqualified but in reality they do not succeed in life because they have not optimized their careers to their advantage. They do not maximize their internet addiction.
Now then, consider this situation on its own. Let’s say that instead of the low speed filtering gatekeeper there is a high rate of internet users who are searching for the same information that the low speed gatekeeper had previously blocked off. Then what does this have to do with the question are taller women successful? Well, the answer is simple and goes something like this. Since there are more successful men than successful women in the employment world today, the competition among successful men will drive the resources available to them upwards.
The difference between the above categories is where you start to make your mark in life. In the category of overused individuals who are not using their abilities properly, you will find traits such as depression, anxiety, lack of focus, and the likes. On the other hand, if we look at the group of overqualified individuals who have an excess of information-seeking behavior, they are starting to become successful more. Why? Well, this is because these individuals already have information about what they are after and they are using that information-seeking behavior to direct their lives and their careers in the right direction.
Now then, if we take a closer look at the group of overqualified women with information-seeking behavior, we see that they have two unique advantages over their less-qualified counterparts. The first of which is that these overqualified females have higher than average perceived levels of expertise. Therefore, their perceived level of ability is translated into actual abilities because the information resources available to them direct their goals toward success.
Another advantage which these overqualified women have is that they have access to low speed internet. For whatever reason, these females have chosen to pursue their career in the internet arena. Whether it is because they perceive that they will earn more money online or simply because they have a low cost of living that allows them to have their own internet business, their choice of where to do business has resulted in them having vast electronic resources at their disposal which, in turn, translated into an advantage.
Now then, I’d like to bring up another issue that directly relates to the previous item I stated above. This issue is the negative effects of the information technology available to the overqualified female. Now then, there is a very interesting phenomenon which occurs when one considers the negative consequences of being a woman. It goes something like this. The more you know, the better decisions you make.
Now then, what do I mean by this? What I mean is that the information-seeking individual who is pursuing a career in the internet environment comes into contact with a very powerful low speed filtering system which acts as a gatekeeper to many of the resources available to them. Now then, for as long as this gatekeeper exists there will always be a problem. The problem arises from the fact that the gatekeeper has limited access to the information which it tries to serve. As a result, the information-seeker will be frustrated because they cannot get all the answers to the questions they are asking.
Now then, one last point I want to make about the relationship between height and internet information-seeking behavior. Height is perceived to have an advantage among other things in the labor market. Since height can be one factor inhibiting this important ability, it may be reasonable to suppose that the taller a person is, the less likely it would be for them to have negative attitudes toward internet information resources. If someone is tall enough to be employed, they are more likely to have positive attitudes toward the work they do.