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Wow. I thought you were happy at your job. Now you're in the same boat I'm in. Be careful, it's a bitch out there.

a tiny acknowledgment? What's that? you're talking to someone who works in a place that refuses to acknowledge Xmas, b-days or even anniversary of employment. We've never had a party, a gift or a thank you for anything.

We really should get together and co-miserate about our jobs. I think it could do us both a world of good.


Hang in there, Lis. I know it's the pits right now, but this too shall pass. In the meantime, I advise you not to take ANY shit. From anyone.


Good wishes headed your way. Good luck.


just wanted to wish you lots of luck in finding a new job that you will be happier at.


Hey Lisa - in my pre-SAHM life, I "did" resumes for people and would be happy to give yours a look, if you'd like a second opinion on any of it. Just let me know! Hang in there - Heather

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