When Vanessa Marlin resigned from her job of 11 years as a logistics analyst at Xerox in 2009, she spent five months looking for work, sent out “at least 100 resumes,” then embarked on a string of temp positions, including working as a buyer for a local firm and as a census taker.
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By Tim Spagnola
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