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After single moms get laid off, kids may suffer for years

When single mothers lose their jobs, their children suffer significantly as young adults, according to a new study. They found that the children of mothers who were laid off were less likely to complete high school than children whose moms were not laid off. They also were less likely to attend college, less likely to graduate from college and more likely to experience depression.
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