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By John Tozzi and Nick Leiber
How do you rebuild your life after you lose your job? For many, the idea of self-employment is appealing, particularly as mass layoffs continue. From a former Sara Lee meat-packer in Chicago to a former UBS IT manager in Fairfield, Conn., meet 29 people from across the country who have been laid off during the current recession and are now starting their own ventures.
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