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-------------------- Rural mothers are learning lines for TV --------------------
In depressed areas of the Midwest and South, stay-at-home workers happily transcribe reality show footage.
By P.J. Huffstutter Times Staff Writer
December 25 2006
SWEET SPRINGS, MO. — When Marsha Snider tried to find a job earlier this year near this rural town of 1,550, she vied with hundreds of unemployed factory workers in the region — all hungry for a way to help their families make ends meet.
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