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Economy: Jobs / Obama vs. Romney #1025611

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 06, 2012
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) June unemployment rate and job creation figures cited; graph shown. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) The slow pace of recovery for the job market featured; unemployment graph shown; statistics on worker hours and wages cited. [Suffolk Construction Co. general manager Mark DiNAPOLI††- comments on hiring for new projects.] [MKM Partners economist Michael DARDA††- notes a few months of better jobs figures could create positive feedback and push the business cycle forward.] Statistics on people who gave up their job search cited. Employers’ views on hiring discussed.

(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(Pittsburgh: Norah O’Donnell) President Obama’s reaction to the jobs numbers featured; scenes shown of his speeches in Poland, Ohio and Pittsburgh. [OBAMA – criticizes Mitt Romney’s plan for the economy.]

(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jan Crawford) Romney’s criticism of the jobs report featured; details given about his 59-point economic plan. [ROMNEY – criticizes Obama.]

Reporter(s):
Mason, Anthony;
Jarvis, Rebecca;
O’Donnell, Norah;
Crawford, Jan
Duration:
00:07:00

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