Kevin Sullivan thought it wouldn't be too hard to find an internship in his chosen field. He quickly found out differently.
Daniel Maestri has seen it all as the owner of a restaurant started during the depression by his grandmother.
Sister Margaret Smyth used to help day laborers -- legal and illegal -- find work. There's so little work these days, there's almost no one left to help.
Diane Rawles had a lot of experience -- and success -- making money from yard sales, until she decided to raise money recently for her daughter's honeymoon.
Anthony Timperman thought his new business venture was about to take off. Then recession hit.
Jennifer Flowers was laid off from her job with a non-profit organization the morning of Monday, September 14. By that afternoon, she was petitioning President Obama for a job.
For community developer and church pianist Marsha Jones, the recession wasn't the impetus for her work to help the residents in the Harrisburg neighborhood of Augusta, Georgia, but it certainly was well timed.