Reading The Boston Girl

The Boston GirlOf all the books we have read in our book club, so far,  Boston Girl, by Amanda Diamant, is my favorite. It’s a must-read. Main character, Addie Baum, was a woman ahead of her time.  Here’s the link to my review:  https://grumpybookreviewer.com/book-clubbooks/the-boston-girl/.  You will love it. I know I did.

 

 

 

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About Maria Logan Montgomery

Maria lives with her husband and Maltese dog, "C.C." in central Florida. She is an avid gardener, history buff, prolific reader, public health educator, grant writer, artist, photographer, former part-time university faculty, and former consultant to non-profit organizations.
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2 Responses to Reading The Boston Girl

  1. It’d pretty obvious why professional bankers get paid better than similar skilled or people with a trade. It’s take much longer to qualify for that job and the responsibilitys are much higher. As a result of being paid more they pay much more tax and contribute much more to the economy. As for 1 mill bonuses that makes up less than 100th of 1%. Not sure what you mean by no equality, almost every bank or brokerage offers a graduate scheme where young people join as juniors then over time work their way up. I personally work in this industry and have done for over 12 years and I didn’t have a university educstion. I guess it’s all down to how much or want something or want to be able to blame someone else because you don’t have it. I hope this was helpful.

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