A 50-something reader who found she couldn't 'have it all' asks Fortune's Anne Fisher if her daughter can expect better career rewards. In her October 1 Ask Annie column, Fisher explains whether to offer the next generation a reality check, or to keep quiet. Has your career turned out the way you hoped, so far? Would you advise someone just starting out in your field to follow in your footsteps? Do you think women starting careers today will advance further?
In a September 10 Ask Annie column a reader asks Anne Fisher whether taking time off work for certain parental responsibilities is fair to coworkers. Do parents deserve more time off than single employees? Do you think single colleagues should be more sympathetic to the demands on working parents? Do you know someone who takes advantage of their company's liberal attitude toward work-life balance?Karen McGowan - Sep 10, 2007 9:24 AM ET
The author of a new book on CEO dads (he is one) thinks so, and tells Fortune's Anne Fisher in her June 14 column how to become a better one. Do you think high-powered executives make lousy parents? What do you do to keep family relationships and your career strong?Gabrielle S. (CNNMoney) - Jun 14, 2007 9:05 AM ET
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