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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — For years, Kris Pichelman juggled motherhood, substitute teaching and private music lessons.

When her husband lost his job two years ago, the Burnsville mom of three set out to find a full-time job as a music teacher. But she quickly realized, she said, that those jobs seem to be vanishing fast: "Trying to get back into teaching full-time has proven elusive."

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