John Makely / NBC News
Jim Vavrek’s temporary work contract was cut short when his employer switched vendors. He spoke about his career while at home with his dog, Vincent, after his last scheduled day of work.
By Allison Linn, NBC News
Jim Vavrek has experienced a lot of firsts in the last few years, and that has not been a good thing. There was the first time he had his water shut off because he couldn’t pay the bill, and the first time he looked into applying for food stamps because he didn’t know how he could afford to eat. And there was the first time he realized that despite insurance coverage, he still owed thousands of dollars from his late wife’s short fight with cancer – bills he could not afford to pay.
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