Workers Should Be Prepared To Start Over In New Jobs, Stats Show
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As an Army chaplain in Iraq, David Peters administered last rites and grieved with survivors. When he came home, he says, he "fell apart emotionally and spiritually." Courtesy of Robert K. Chambers hide caption

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An Army Chaplain, First Tested By War, Finds His Faith Renewed
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Mira Johnson took an unusual route on her journey to becoming a life coach. Courtesy of Mira Johnson hide caption

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She Left The Nightlife Behind To Become A Life Coach
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Landing On Your Feet After Falling Through The 'Opportunity Gap'
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After three decades as a pastor, Faith Whitmore fulfills her vocation outside the pulpit, as district director for U.S. Rep. Ami Bera, D-Calif. Courtesy Faith Whitmore hide caption

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From Pulpit To Politics: A Pastor Takes Her Work To The Wider World
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Coss Marte started selling drugs at age 13 and by 19, he says, he was making $2 million a year. After serving a prison sentence, he founded a "prison style" fitness boot camp. Justin Fennert/Courtesy of Behind the Stache hide caption

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From Jail Cell To Studio: Drug Dealer Becomes Personal Trainer
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Srirupa Dasgupta opened Upohar, a restaurant and catering service, with a social mission. Her employees — primarily refugees — earn double the minimum wage. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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A Restaurant That Serves Up A Side Of Social Goals
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Chapel of the Interlude includes a tiny sanctuary (left) and a fellowship hall (right) for gatherings. Both were severely damaged by 2013 floods in Colorado. Grace Hood/KUNC hide caption

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Flood Damage Repaired, Aging Congregation Still Faces Challenges
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