A re-emergence of Squeegee men, panhandlers who wash the windshields of your car in hopes of a small tip, is signifying desperate times for the jobless in New York City.
Groups of men are now flocking to the busy streets of Manhattan to make a few dollars, as many jobless did back in the 1980s and 1990s.
“We are out here making a living,” said James, a father of three. “It’s hard to get a job,” he added as he hustled from car to car, accepting $1 to $2 for his work.
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