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Orphaned By Job Loss: The Rise And Fall Of Pan Am And The Traumatic Impact On Its Employees

Orphaned By Job Loss: The Rise And Fall Of Pan Am And The Traumatic Impact On Its Employees

Commented Feb 9, 2010 at 14:54:56 in Healthy Living

“What an amazing story. I spent 30 years with Pan Am starting 1962.
Although I worked on the ground, I shared the same passion, travel and love for the airline as the flight crews. I kept thinking it was like being rich only without the money.
When I joined Pan Am at 18, I thought like many, it was a job and career for life. We all thought we would retire from the same company we joined.
I can certainly thank Pan Am in so many ways, especially for the experience that allowed me to continue my avaition career to this day.
There will never be an airiline like Pan Am again. I, like many of us, were so fortuneate to be a part of it.”