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Corporate conversion

Forced out or frustrated, many find satisfaction in new service careers

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe StaffAmy Bauman (right), who started the nonprofit greenGoat after getting laid off, carried plants with Beth Lowe of Grove Hill Gardens. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe StaffAmy Bauman (right), who started the nonprofit greenGoat after getting laid off, carried plants with Beth Lowe of Grove Hill Gardens. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Julie Balise
Globe Correspondent / May 9, 2009

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When Elliott Kronenfeld was laid off by IBM in 2006, he saw an opportunity to switch from corporate to socially conscious. (Full article: 808 words)

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