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Introduction In the movie Working Girl the star Tess McGill Melanie Griffith is a hard working woman who is determined to reach the top of the stock market world by hard work As she turns 30 she is still stuck in clerical work so when she starts working for Katherine Parker Sigourney Weaver she is glad that Katherine is willing to accept input and ideas from her However when Katherine goes on a skiing trip and breaks her leg she asks Tess to look after things With that responsibility Tess simply takes over her office her apartment even her wardrobe Enraged that her boyfriend is cheating on her Tess sets out to do a deal while Katherine is away She teams up with Jack Trainer Harrison Ford to close the deal before Katherines return and the two slowly fall in love little knowing that Jack is Katherines boyfriend In this movie Corporate America is portrayed the way it is in life The atmosphere in corporate America has progressed toward a higher complexity The education and skills needed to succeed must be met in order to climb the corporate ladder Tess strives to better herself by taking speech class and attending seminars Tess knowledge and ambition also gave her the necessary advantage to enter into an esteemed brokerage firm Here she was left with the desire to reach the top of Corporate America Taking the steps of going to school and acquiring a degree are key to the rise in Corporate America In this movies knowledge and skill was key to being successful Without valuable contributions that Tess made rising to the top would have taken years Greed scandals favors and corruption all take place in Corporate America At the top of the ladder these evils start With ultimate power over everyone below co-workers are
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