Alcides Hernandez is seen at his job at the Roseville Electric Company in Roseville, Calif., Wednesday, April 11, 2007. Hernandez left a management and research job at El Salvador's largest utility company to be with his wife, whom he met while vacationing in California. He assumed his degrees in industrial engineering, his MBA and his experience setting national price structures for electrical rates in his home country would land him a suitable job. Instead he supported his new wife and baby juggling gigs as an electrician's helper, a teller at a courier company, and on weekends, a wedding videographer.

Photo by Steve Yeater, AP photo

Alcides Hernandez is seen at his job at the Roseville Electric Company in Roseville, Calif., Wednesday, April 11, 2007. Hernandez left a management and research job at El Salvador's largest utility company to be with his wife, whom he met while vacationing in California. He assumed his degrees in industrial engineering, his MBA and his experience setting national price structures for electrical rates in his home country would land him a suitable job. Instead he supported his new wife and baby juggling gigs as an electrician's helper, a teller at a courier company, and on weekends, a wedding videographer.

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