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A recent review of job vacancy postings on sites like Monster.com, CareerBuilder, and Craigslist revealed that hundreds of employers said that they consider, or strongly prefer, people currently employed or recently laid off. This places the 14 million unemployed American in a very dire condition.

Unemployment is already scathing the country, and now it could be far more difficult for those who have been unemployed for a considerably long time.

Though legal experts say the practice does not violate discrimination laws, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission held a hearing on whether discriminating against the jobless might be illegal.

Read More At NYTimes.com

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