Tell us about the effects of a changing workplace and your place in it

August 28, 1993

Change. It's the way of the world -- and our work lives -- in the '90s. Whether that means learning a new skill, adjusting to a downsized regime or rejoicing over the Family Leave Act, Americans today find themselves in an ever-evolving workplace.

What's been the biggest change in your job? And how do you feel about it?

With Labor Day 9 days away, we'd like to know. Tell us in 250 words or less how you're dealing with adjustments at work.

The essays can be humorous, poignant, somber -- whatever fits the life you lead from 9 to 5 (or whatever your workday). Perhaps your assignment is looking for work these days. We'd like to hear about that, too.

Entries must be received by Wednesday. Excerpts from the best will be published on Sept. 6.

Send essays to Mary Corey, The Baltimore Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21278. Or fax (410) 783-2519. Please include a return address and phone number with entries.

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