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Once-unwanted jobs are seeing more applicants as the recession limits job options.

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Places like slaughterhouses and sewage plants are no longer out of the question for some job hunters eager to find work.

Recessions and tight job markets always force some people to take less-desirable or lower-paying work than they are used to.

But this recession has been the most punishing job destroyer in at least 60 years, slashing a net total of 6.7 million jobs.

The result is that many people have had to seek jobs they would not have considered in the past.

Read the full story at the Mail Tribune.




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