Low-Wage Workers According to some estimates, more than 20 million Americans work, but still can't satisfy basic needs of food and shelter. NPR's Noah Adams traveled the country talking to some of these low-wage workers. Join NPR's Neal Conan and NPR's Noah Adams for a discussion on low-income workers.

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Noah Adams
*NPR National Correspondent

Beth Shulman
*Author of "The Betrayal of Work: How Low Wage Jobs Fail 30 Million Americans" (The New Press, 2003)

Rick Berman
*Executive Director of Employment Policies Institute

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According to some estimates, more than 20 million Americans work, but still can't satisfy basic needs of food and shelter. NPR's Noah Adams traveled the country talking to some of these low-wage workers. Join NPR's Neal Conan and NPR's Noah Adams for a discussion on low-income workers.

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