Monthly Archives: August 2011

SUITS REQUIRED

Dear Mr. Molloy: I am a 46 year old woman manager in a chemical engineering firm. We have a consulting department that does everything that deals with chemical engineering. We solve problems, design projects, implement new technology and in a … Continue reading

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A PLUS SIZE WOMAN IN CHARGE

Dear Mr. Molloy: I am 56 and divorced. I had two children and stayed home when they were young. My youngest is about to finish high school and my oldest will enter his junior year in college in the Fall. … Continue reading

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PREACHING TO THE AFFLUENT

Dear Mr. Molloy: Yesterday I returned home after working for six weeks as the substitute minister in an  affluent church. It was a very disheartening experience. The pastor of this church was in an auto accident and was laid up … Continue reading

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The Interview

Dear Mr. Molloy: This morning I went to a job interview and I’m afraid I messed up. I made two mistakes one inexcusable for a 49 -year-old who spent 23 years in the San Francisco fire Department. In the middle … Continue reading

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The Casual Office Repair Man

Dear Mr. Molloy: My partner and I worked for a large corporation for over twenty years as computer repair men. Ten years ago  we were both laid off  because we were no longer needed. The price of computers had dropped … Continue reading

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