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  • Crisis in jobs for prime-age workers in the US: Not old, but ‘too old’

    Al Jazeera - 03/27/2013

    Andrew Sum, professor of economics at Northeastern University, estimates that in 2012 there are six people looking for a full-time job for every one opening. What will people who have been out of work for over two years do? It may be 10 or 15 years before they can get on the Social Security they have earned.

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