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Unemployed Americans Likelier To Suffer Sleep Problems, Survey Says

08/06/2012 09:11 am ET | Updated Oct 06, 2012

In addition to searching for full-time work, some unemployed Americans also may be looking for a good night's rest.

According to a survey of Consumer Reports' readers, unemployed respondents were more likely to say they had trouble falling and staying asleep than those with jobs — 69 percent to 59 percent, respectively.

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