Carpenters continue long wait for jobs in Las Vegas
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Carpenters continue long wait for jobs in Las Vegas

After the profound recession that began in December 2007, jobs in some industries aren't coming back. The Washington Post's Peter Whoriskey talks with out-of-work Las Vegas carpenters. (Peter Whoriskey/The Washington Post)

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