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Laid-off worker chases dreams, finds new career

10:04 PM, May 2, 2013
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Terri Schultz worked at Pentair for 15 years when she found out she had to come up with another life for herself.

The water filter manufacturer announced in 2008 that the Sheboygan plant would close the following year, throwing all 350 employees into the same tailspin.

For Schultz, now 37, it was a tough transition but she embraced it. Factory work wasn't her dream and with the help of the federal Trade Readjustment Act and the state Department of Workforce Development, she launched a new career in early childhood education. ...

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