Nearly half of America's jobless have struggled with depression or anxiety, and about 40% of parents have seen behavioral problems in their children that they relate to their own inability to find work, a New York Times/CBS News poll found. An even greater proportion said they had been forced to cut back or do without medical care because they didn't have the money to pay for it. More than half said they had been forced to borrow money from friends or relatives after joining the ranks of the unemployed.

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