Out at the lake over the weekend, just guys, and the conversation turned to jobs that we hardly ever see women doing. Not CEOs, or Head Honchos, but regular jobs. After a few beers, the conversation turned to the current question in today's media and weekly protest is why can't women be the CEO or head of the med school, the President or the top astrologer. Then, we focused on the lesser, but more important, jobs like highway worker, or bricklayer, or construction guy. The obvious answer is women just don't want to do those types of jobs. Neither do a lot of men, but lots do. In lots of these areas, manager worked in the trenches before they were manager; probably everyone of these occupations. Are women against that? Why, for instance, are so few women employed as bus or truck mechanics? It seems to me that just by total numbers, there are far more opportunities in these fields than their are in other, more prestigious, areas. Comments? Discussion?