As part of the “Help Wanted: Stories of Unemployment” project, The Post asked the unemployed to recount what they told their children when they lost their jobs.
Jewel Beamon, a former special projects associate from Oxon Hill, Md. said she was “just up front and honest” with her daughter.
Kim Patterson, a former writer from North Carolina doesn’t have children. But she recalled when her father tearfully told her that he had lost his job.
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