Unpaid furloughs a trend for US white-collar jobs

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By Andrea Hopkins CINCINNATI, Feb 25 (Reuters Life!) - U.S. newspapers have done it. California police have too. Governments in California, New Jersey and Ohio say it will save the budget. Forcing workers to take unpaid time off is a new version of the American layoff. The involuntary furlough, once a staple of boom-and-bust blue-collar industries like mining or automaking, is making its way into white-collar workplaces across the United States as employers try to cut costs quickly amid ...

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