I sympathize with the pressures of the children of celebrities (“The Kids,” A List, March), but Elizabeth Guber needs to be reminded that many talented, hardworking young people would love to have the opportunity to work hard at the positions that are open to her because of her family connec tions. No, your bosses don’t “make it harder on you” because you are the child of someone famous.
In the produce or perish world of Hollywood, your bosses are held accountable for results. They give you the chance to show what you can do, and demand hard work of those who work for them. This is real life. Be thankful you are offered the chance.
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