But it’s more than struggling, it’s the kind of financial hardships most people think they will never experience, Washington University sociologist Mark Rank explained.
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Along with U.S. Census data released last week indicating that a record 46 million Americans are poor, the study shows that "as poverty goes up and economic stagnation continues there are really human costs involved," Mr. Rank said.
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