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By night, Kipler works for L.L. Bean as a quality control coach. He said he has previous experience in customer service.

To feed a lifestyle, some are taking second jobs

More in middle class finding seasonal work

By Jenn Abelson
Globe Staff / December 18, 2005

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Kevin Kipler spends his days managing corporate flights and military jets at Bangor International Airport. At night, the 41-year-old father listens to gift orders in a cubicle at L.L. Bean, where he recently took on a seasonal job as a quality control coach. (Full article: 1131 words)

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