Detroit Free Press | By JEFF SEIDEL
As a commercial mortgage lender, Jessica Moore went to work every day wearing suits and skirts, and sat in a cubicle, dreaming of something more. Every day she made 20 to 25 cold calls, talking, she says, “to people who didn’t really want to talk to me.” It was decent, dependable, predictable – 9 to 5, no weekends, solid benefits.
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