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Bernardo Sola stood in front of the dorm at which he worked as a janitor until a recent layoff. (Globe Staff/Pat Greenhouse) Bernardo Sola stood in front of the dorm at which he worked as a janitor until a recent layoff.
By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / March 24, 2009

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In a Cambridge high-rise, Amar Sharma is about to earn a master's degree from MIT, an achievement he hoped would land him a high-flying post in the United States. But if he doesn't find a job soon, he could end up back in India. (Full article: 1165 words)

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