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| Saturday, December 18, 2004 12:00 a.m

Moms returning to work

After staying home for several years to raise their children, many moms want to re-enter the work force. They have to brush up on changes in their field and update their resumes. If you are a mother who has successfully returned to your career after a few years at home, or if you are a mother trying to get back into the work force, we want to talk to you. Please contact Kellie Gormly at (412) 320-7824 or .

Empty nest• Ha!

Do you have a child who won’t leave the nest• About one in 10 adults between the ages of 25 and 34 live with their parents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. jobs disappeared, student debt has risen and the cost of housing is up — all factors that lead some kids to move back home. Maybe that son or daughter just wants to hang out at home while they pursue their dream of becoming a rock star or actress. For some parents, the living arrangement is an endless source of strife. Others are happy for the company. If you have an adult child living at home and would like to be interviewed, please contact Kellie Gormly at (412) 320-7824 or .

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