By Anthony Balderrama,
AMC's critically adored series "Mad Men" is back for its fifth season after a long hiatus, and life in 1967 is moving along at fictional advertising agency Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. The show, which follows the professional and personal lives of the agency's staff, is a snapshot of a very different professional world than the one we live in today. From the fashion that is so old it's now hip again to the pop culture references (such as Kennedy's assassination or the ride of the Rolling Stones), the show can often feel like it's a world apart from ours. That's not even mentioning the way women (both in the workplace and at home) and minorities are treated on the show. At the surface level, let's hope there's not much in common with today's workplace.