The unemployment rate is at a relatively high 6.2 percent, but even those with full-time jobs are facing pressures that could affect their wages, benefits, and long-term prospects. A panel talks about the many factors affecting U.S. workers today.

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  • Kim Clark senior writer for U.S. News and World Report
  • Jake Schlesinger reporter for the Wall Street Journal
  • Nell Henderson economics reporter for the Washington Post

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