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Jobless rates higher in some communities

By Sandy Coleman
Globe Staff / March 25, 2004

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Each month, 60 to 70 new people go to the Wareham Career Center for help in finding temporary or permanent work. An example is the woman who was recently laid off after 15 years with the same manufacturing company, said Tim Nelson, career center manager. (Full Article: 920 Words)

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