BUSINESS
08/25/2013 12:30 pm ET Updated Oct 25, 2013

Who Are the Long-Term Unemployed?

AP

It's been over four years since the recovery officially began, but there are still over four million people who are long-term unemployed. That's four million people who can't find work even after looking for six months or more -- four million people who can't even get companies to look at their resumes anymore.

Read more on The Atlantic