Even in Jobseeking, Men Are From Mars, Women Are from Venus

Even in Jobseeking, Men Are From Mars, Women Are from Venus

It’s been 25 since John Gray published the now famous — or maybe infamous — treatise on gender relationships, “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus.” Gray’s thesis was that for cooperation to flourish in romantic relationships, both sexes must acknowledge that our hormonal makeup causes women and men to approach collaboration, problem-solving, and communication differently.