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    musiccitymollie

    But my starting pay was $5.76 an hour. Admittedly, by the time I retired I was being paid around $22 an hour.

    I started out in a typing pool, and at the end of my career was doing more timekeeping and documenting training. (Our auditors are required to have at least 80 hours of training over a two-year cycle.)

    I don't think working at a fast food place would have provided the same advance in salary.

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