As layoffs spread across the country, more and more people are looking for jobs in fields that they previously wouldn't have considered.
But in the recession, even those jobs — known as "survival jobs" — can be difficult to find.
Mark Cooper, took a job as a janitor after losing his position as a security manager at a Fortune 500 company
Michael Luo, reporter for the New York Times
Deborah Jacobson, author of Survival Jobs