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Well said. Thanks for the perspective. I suspect a lot of folks on
this list would agree with you. I also suspect there are some that
don't. To each his own.
I've discovered throughout my career that single people are generally
expected to work more overtime than married people or single with
children people... But that's a whole other thread. I would be
interested to find out though, if others have experienced similar
expectations. I'm curious as to what "family" people are expected to/do
put in what percentage of overtime versus how much overtime "single"
people are expected to/do put in. If anyone cares to comment, I can be
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