Social costs of job loss

Wednesday, August 19, 2009 - 18:07 in Psychology & Sociology

As the nationwide recession continues, California and 14 other states have unemployment rates hovering around 10 percent. Job loss can devastate workers, says David Dooley, UC Irvine professor of psychology & social behavior, and it can take a toll on their families and communities as well.

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