Jobless Barely Survive on Unemployment Insurance

Regina Rainwater left her home. She cut back on groceries and skimped on medications. But it hasn't been enough. "$1,300 a month sounds like a good chunk of money, but once you start deducting the $10 here, the $20 there, it doesn't go very far," said Rainwater, who now lives in Tennessee with a relative. Lost Your Job or Worried About Losing It? Share Your Story With ABC News Rainwater, who was laid off from an educational publishing company early last year, is among the rapidly growing...Full Story
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