I found this piece from a young writer, Hannah Seligman, author of the new book "New Girl in the Job: Advice from the Trenches" who describes in the New York Times how her equal education led her to believe she would have equality in the workplace, and the shock that came from discovering she did not. I thought it was an important piece as I have more than once met bright young women, usually university age, who tell me that they think things will be fine for them once they begin working and that feminism is no longer necessary.…as more girls are getting better scores at A -level and in University, right? Seligman was born in 1982, part of that generation, and while there undoubtedly has been gains made in the education system, I do wonder what these women will find when they begin work and even perhaps more tellingly, when they decide to combine having families with a career. Have you been shocked leaving the fairly egalitarian system of education for the world of work? What was your transition like?