Jobless At 50? It's Not HopelessLori Bongiorno
When CAE-Link Corp. closed its Sunnyvale (Calif.) plant last year, Rod Loehr seemed destined to be another unemployment statistic. After all, he was 54 and had worked for CAE-Link for 33 years. But Loehr, an engineer, wasn't ready to retire--and didn't have to. He soon landed a better-paying job.
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