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I have been a stay at home Mom for the past six years. Now that my daughter is in school, I have the opportunity to return to work at the same position I had before she was born. The pay is great and I was able to get my employer to agree to no break in service. The issue is my daughter who is emotionally coming undone about me not being home and her usual schedule being changed. I am torn. How do I still "be there" for my daughter, and get back to work (which I really need to do)?
Tags:  Life events, Returning to work, Work & Life balance, Women and work


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I am a retired federal employee in Arllington, VA who is looking to make some excellent money, part time, doing something interesting, and on my own schedule so Linda and I can travel when we want. Any suggestions?
Tags:  Retiring, Second careers


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I've recently returned to work after taking 5 years off to raise my son. The women in my department have been distant, and do not include me in the regular beat of what's going on. I've overheard a conversation about me - that I was a stay at home Mom, and they've been working for years to advance, and now I come in and think I can get a job that was supposed to go to one of the women in the group. I am at a loss - do I address the issue, or just try to be social and defrost the situation?
Tags:  Career strategies, Office behavior, Women at work, Returning to work


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