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Numbers | January 12, 2015

percent of people in the United States experienced one or more “serious financial hardship” in the year to August 2014, a Pew Research study shows. A serious financial hardship includes being laid off from work or having trouble paying housing or medical costs. It was most common among people aged 18-to-29 years

Source: Pew Research

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