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August 6, 2014 2:25 PM

Economic recovery bypasses millions of Americans stuck in part-time jobs

About 7.5 million Americans are struggling to find full-time work and are settling for part-time jobs amid an atmosphere of stress, depression and low finances. Their numbers remains stubbornly higher in the current economic recovery, compared with the peaks of the recessions over the past three decades.

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