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University of La Verne students are finding themselves unexpectedly unemployed this year, and many departments are short-staffed thanks to budget cuts and a reduced allocation of work-study funds from the Federal Work Study Program.

Such underemployment has put a strain on students who have depended on campus jobs to help cover the cost of tuition and living expenses.
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