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In the field of health care, but without health insurance

Posted: Oct. 2, 2012 | Tags: What Went Wrong

Our What Went Wrong project reporter Michael Lawson continues to follow the plight of home health-care workers, who are increasingly important to an aging population but who often work without benefits themselves. He has been following the growth in home health-care workers and now takes a look at several who have become active in promoting job improvements and higher wages.

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