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Economy: Jobs #1005381

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 19, 2011
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Job cuts at Bank of America reported.

(Studio: Chris Jansing) The worries about the economy examined; scenes shown of protests, free health clinics in Charlotte, North Carolina and Chicago. [Brooklyn, New York grandmother Mary Lee WARD††, California resident Rose Mary GUDIEL††- react to facing eviction.] [Mesirow Financial chief economist Diane SWONK†- comments on the fear of being a “have-not.”] [2 WOMEN – comment on their job search.] [Cure Network executive director Josette SZALKO†- notes the crowds at the clinics reflect the state of the economy.] The job fair next week in Miami held by the Congressional Black Caucus noted.

Smith, Harry;
Jansing, Chris

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