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A year later, Chile's '33' are mostly unemployed

Published 08/03/2011, Associated Press

One of the myths surrounding the 33 miners who were so dramatically rescued after being trapped for 69 days deep inside a Chilean copper mine is that they're all millionaires and no longer need to work. The truth: nearly half the men have been unemployed since their mine collapsed one year ago Friday. Four, so far, have gone back underground to pound rock for a living.

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