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Like most people, Goldie Chan turned to LinkedIn because she was out of work.




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Simone Stolzoff

Simone Stolzoff

Writer based in Oakland. I’m interested in tech ethics, automation, and the future of work. Work @IDEO. Newsletter here: .

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