Set Back by Recession, and Shut Out of Rebound

In September 2012, it appeared that the world was John Fugazzie’s frozen oyster. He was in charge of dairy and frozen foods for the A.&P. supermarket chain, making $125,000 a year.

He was also a guest that month at a White House forum on joblessness, in recognition of his work creating Neighbors-helping-Neighbors U.S.A., a volunteer networking organization with 28 chapters in New Jersey serving 1,200 unemployed, mainly white-collar, baby boomers. ”John has one of the best volunteer organizations out there,” said Ben Seigel, a deputy director at the Labor Department. ”He’s tireless and always upbeat.”

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