Female Workers Over 55 Hit Hardest by Recession

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There might be a good reason that the results of the most recent CareerBuilder survey weren't released until after Mother's Day -- they could have thrown a damper on a lot of celebrations. The study revealed that although 59 percent of workers who were laid off from full-time jobs in the last year reported they found new positions, workers age 55 or older had the lowest incidence of finding new employment opportunities and men were more likely than women to find jobs.