Lynn Colafrancesco, 59, who was once a vice president at a reinsurance company but took a stretch of time off to care for her children, has been on the hunt for full-time employment for three years.
Lynn Colafrancesco, 59, who was once a vice president at a reinsurance company but took a stretch of time off to care for her children, has been on the hunt for full-time employment for three years. CHRISTOPHER CAPOZZIELLO NYT
Lynn Colafrancesco, 59, who was once a vice president at a reinsurance company but took a stretch of time off to care for her children, has been on the hunt for full-time employment for three years. CHRISTOPHER CAPOZZIELLO NYT

Over 50, female and jobless even as others return to work

January 09, 2016 02:00 PM

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