In the first days after being laid off, John Drevlow pledged to stick to a daily routine, as he did in 12 years working for Target Corp.
He still wakes up at 6 a.m. and helps get his young sons ready for school. The rest of the day is less defined but, about a month after becoming one of 1,700 people let go by Target, it still revolves to a large degree around his former colleagues. But now, that happens online.
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