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In this economy, finding work can seem impossible. According to this article in The Huffington Post, there are 20 million people unemployed or underemployed. That's not exactly ideal for anyone. However, who do you think has it worst? Do the young graduates moving home with lots of debt and no income have it worse? Or, is it their parents who have lost everything and will now need to work another 15 years? Or could it be the long-term unemployed in their late 50s and 60s who gave up looking for work that have it the worst? What do you think? Take our poll, and tell us your reasoning in the comments section below! [poll id="35"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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