By Carey Gillam OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Jan 29 (Reuters) - It has been nearly a year since Todd Wilson last collected a paycheck. The Kansas computer salesman wasn't too worried at first, for he had a solid work history, decent savings, and a wife with a job. But now, with unemployment on the rise all around him, such as the 8,000 new cuts announced this week by Overland Park, Kansas, based Sprint Nextel , competition for ever fewer jobs is growing -- and desperation is setting in. ...
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