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KU researcher gets mention in USA TODAY


A Kansas University researcher talked in USA TODAY on Monday about a topic of growing concern to many Americans: unemployment.The article points out that women are holding on to their jobs at a higher rate than men in this most recent recession.Donna Ginther, associate professor of economics and director of the Center for Economic and Business Analysis at KU, suggested that dual-income households may have an advantage over single-income households. If they lose one of the two — even if it is the higher salary — it is not as worse as losing the only income source in a household, she told USA TODAY.Read the whole story here.


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