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USA-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYED
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July 07, 2011 
A woman points to a job listing on an employment website at her residence in Sewell, New Jersey, July... 
SEWELL, UNITED STATES 
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A woman points to a job listing on an employment website at her residence in Sewell, New Jersey, July 7, 2011. Millions of Americans have had their unemployment benefits expire - after 99 weeks in many states - as the United States suffers its highest level of long-term unemployment since 1948. Unlike in much of Europe, the safety net of the U.S. welfare system times out for the long-term unemployed. The federal government and many states have provided extra help for those caught up in the worst labor market in decades but the U.S. debt crisis rules out further extension of the programs. To match Feature USA-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYED REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS) 
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