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Bell Curve


Your brother had a "great idea" for a new invention and asked you to manage his website. You can now put "Web Product Manager for Scratch n' Sniff Diapers" on your résumé.


You are in your first year at a small agency, but you’re finding that you have to scrap to get any of the lucrative accounts. That unprincipled Phil jerk gets all the good ones.


You've been working at a large-scale agency for five years now, and you have accumulated a base of clients who regularly rely on your expertise and talents for help in improving or renovating their websites. And your carpenter father said you didn't know how to work with your hands.


You are the president of a product management agency, and can now divvy out the garbage jobs to your staff of capable employees. Isn't power wonderful?


You are the web product manager for McDonald's, including all related promotions, marketing, and merchandising. You're lovin' it.