It’s not that I didn’t believe my source (sorry Mr Bullstroke this one remains anonymous for now) but I had to get a link to confirm what I was told. All I can add at this point is when we can author the post on the subject, the truth will be stranger than fiction. Until then I’ll leave the link and a teaser question following the blockquote. Reading about Ms Spears it is obvious she is blessed with great business talent which State Farm no doubt recognizes:
Spears, who worked while pursuing her degree, says that her employer was always flexible concerning class schedules.“When I needed to adjust my hours to attend a daytime class, my management made it possible.” Spears says she recently celebrated 14-years with the company. Spears also owns Spears Consulting Services, and says that she hopes to publish a book on her business strategy and apply for a grant to expand her research on the subject she began at Illinois State University.
And of course the teaser question, Why would State farm want anthropologists and socialogists on their payroll? Anyone care to hazard a guess?