Elizabeth Solla, 42, at Ruth’s Salon in Sanford. She lost her job as an office manager at the height of the recession, went back to school for five years, got a nursing degree, and now works as a registered nurse at Florida Hospital. ‘It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done,’ she said. With student loans to pay and costs rising, she now worries about having enough for retirement. She is supporting Hillary Clinton because she wants better pay for women.
Elizabeth Solla, 42, at Ruth’s Salon in Sanford. She lost her job as an office manager at the height of the recession, went back to school for five years, got a nursing degree, and now works as a registered nurse at Florida Hospital. ‘It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done,’ she said. With student loans to pay and costs rising, she now worries about having enough for retirement. She is supporting Hillary Clinton because she wants better pay for women. Mary Ellen Klas meklas@miamiherald.com
Elizabeth Solla, 42, at Ruth’s Salon in Sanford. She lost her job as an office manager at the height of the recession, went back to school for five years, got a nursing degree, and now works as a registered nurse at Florida Hospital. ‘It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done,’ she said. With student loans to pay and costs rising, she now worries about having enough for retirement. She is supporting Hillary Clinton because she wants better pay for women. Mary Ellen Klas meklas@miamiherald.com

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October 13, 2016 9:04 AM

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