Barbara Taylor was an IT manager for twenty years. In 2008, when the economy slowed down, she became one of the 3 million Americans who were laid off that year.
Though a set-back, this bad news did not hold Barbara back. She began applying to jobs and finally a company hired her as a corporate recruiter.
“I knew what recruiters do,” she told me. “I thought I would be good at it. So I went for it.” Keep Reading