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Companies report that many employees are reluctant to relocate because of the depressed housing market. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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The Housing Dilemma: It's Holding Workers Back

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Larry Jacobson sold most of his corn and soybean crop before he harvested it to take advantage of higher prices. Kathleen Masterson/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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For Farmers, High Grain Prices A Welcome Surprise

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This photo, provided by a resident of Ciudad Mier who did not want to be identified, shows a burned-out police station in the town. A brutal turf war between the Gulf Cartel and the Zetas drug gang has led to an evacuation of the Mexican border town. hide caption

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Drug War Forces Residents To Flee Mexican Town

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