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Segment 3 (The New Working Woman) #496977

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 09, 1978
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(Studio) Report is part 2 of series on working women.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Minnetonka, Minnesota) Lifestyle of Pat and Jane McDonald, who have jobs in Sioux City, Iowa, and Hartford, Connecticut, respectively, and who, although married, live apart during working week, examined. Jane McDonald's job with United Airlines in Hartford, noted; details about decision to live apart given. [Jane McDONALD - says husband's involvement in job is important to him and he feels she should have same.] [Pat McDONALD - comments on beliefs about situation.] Jane McDonald's resolution of career and family life said different from that of most women who work. Ex. given is that of Debra Headland, of Minneapolis, who is attorney, wife and mother; day in her life with her job and family outlined. [Mrs. HEADLAND - discusses her lifestyle and its advantages and disadvantages.] Situations of other women who don't have same type of lifestyles as McDonald and Headland, but who must work, reported Questions about worth of working versus alternatives cited.
REPORTER: Betty Rollin

Brinkley, David;
Rollin, Betty

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