Jobbing Archive: February, 2011

Alayne Green

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52/60 Alayne Green has a pretty simple way of describing her expertise: "I run businesses." "I take something that isn't working - whether... Read more

Harvey Brown

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51/60 As a boy, Harvey Brown used to follow his father around, picking up carpentry and other building trades. "My hand-working skills just... Read more

Jeanne Page-Soncrant and Bob Soncrant

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50/60 In this era of two-income households, many of those who lose their jobs find themselves relying on a spouse's paycheck to make ends meet... Read more

John Malack

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49/60 For a white-collar guy in information technology, John Malack, 51, of Quakertown, has unusual credentials: a hazmat truck driver's license... Read more

Jane Merrylees

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48/60 Why is it, Jane Merrylees wonders, that a college degree seems to be needed for nearly every job - even a legal secretary's job? Isn't... Read more

Cynthia McConnell

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47/60 There are people with brains and talent, and then there are people who have a special talent for working with such folks. That's been... Read more

Eleanore Meals

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46/60 Eleanore Meals believes in goals - setting them and pursuing them. And, it helps to have a suit jacket handy. These days, Meals, 53... Read more

Michael McGinley

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45/60 Sometimes when Michael McGinley and his fellow laid-off lawyers are sitting around a conference table, reviewing mountains of computerized... Read more