is a portrait of one of the most exciting careers for women in the 1960’s and 1970’s -- being an airline stewardess.
The book chronicles how times changed, and business realities forced changes in the airline industry that transitioned the job from what it was to what it is today.
The author details her physical and emotional agony over the course of a two-year period following 9-11-01 that culminated in a premature retirement, and how she subsequently dealt with this significant life transition. She also offers her perspectives on the current state of the airline industry and ways that the work environment might be improved in the future.
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Published July 27, 2004
Biographies & Memoirs, Professional & Technical.