The financial and psychological challenges of being unemployed

    According to the most recent Department of Labor statistics, there are nearly six workers available for every job opening in the United States. Nearly 10 percent of Americans are unemployed. Who are they and what are the emotional and financial challenges they face? And what are their prospects for returning to the workforce. We talk with Princeton Professor KATHERINE NEWMAN and CARL VAN HORN of Rutgers. Listen to the mp3

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