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US / 10.4 million men, aged 25 to 54, don’t have jobs

“More than one in six men ages 25 to 54, prime working years, don’t have jobs—a total of 10.4 million.” That portion of the male population has almost tripled in the past 40 years. What is life like for these unemployed men? Let’s hear from a few of them.

Gawker has pulled a few emails from our folder of unpublished “Unemployment Stories.” These stories are individual, not definitive. They provide a glimpse into the experience of long-term unemployment during what should be the most lucrative period of a man’s career.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Men Talk About Being Unemployed in Their Prime.


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