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Miami - People who smoke may find it harder to get work and make less money than non-smokers, according to a US study out on Monday.

The findings in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Internal Medicine were based on more than 250 unemployed job-seekers in the San Francisco area.

About half smoked cigarettes - on average 13 per day - and the other half did not smoke.

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