This week, Michigan Radio's State of Opportunity reporter Dustin Dwyer delved into one of the uncomfortable truths of the Great Recession: that kids were among the hardest hit.
He writes that in 2010, one out of three kids in this country lived in a house where neither parent had full-time, year-round work. He says the recession affected everyone in America, rich and poor. But some groups were hit worse: people with no college degree, African-Americans and children.
Click here to follow Dwyer as he interviews parents feeling the effects of unemployment.
Check back in to the State of Opportunity website to read and listen to new stories every week.
-Elaine Ezekiel, Michigan Radio Newsroom