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Economy: Jobs / Florida #1002128

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 08, 2011
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(Kennedy Space Center: Scott Pelley) Jobs and unemployment numbers cited.

(New York: Anthony Mason) The discouraging jobs report examined; statistics on jobs added and lost cited; graphs shown. [Moody’s Analytics Mark ZANDI – says business has stopped hiring.] [Economist Lakshman ACHUTHAN††- denies the jobs problem was caused by the recession.] [Economist Heidi SHIERHOLZ††- says we have faced 11 years of weak jobs growth.] The underemployment rate mentioned.

(Kennedy Space Center: Scott Pelley) The layoffs in Florida with the ending of the space shuttle program noted; unemployment rate for Brevard County cited. A discussion held with space workers facing unemployment; scenes shown from the Brevard Work Force job center. [Liz VAZQUEZ‡, Greg CECIL‡, MAN - talk about their bleak prospects, being over age 45, moving to Afghanistan, spending their retirement savings.]

Pelley, Scott;
Mason, Anthony

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