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  • adj. designed to support someone through a brief but often difficult period, especially financially

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  • Some will also take low-paying "tideover" jobs -- if they can find them, said Rebecca Blank, an economist at the Brookings Institution.

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  • Some will also take low-paying "tideover" jobs - if they can find them, said Rebecca Blank, an economist at the Brookings Institution.

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  • Some will also take low-paying "tideover" jobs _ if they can find them, said Rebecca Blank, an economist at the Brookings Institution.

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  • Some also will take low-paying "tideover" jobs - if they can find them, said Rebecca Blank, an economist at the Brookings Institution.

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