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Money Matters: Unemployment, Summer Jobs #103464

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 06, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) May unemployment reported

(New York City: Dan Cordtz) Unemployment in major inds. (listed) and implications for May statistics as a whole discussed; unemployment since May 1984 graphed on screen. [Labor economy Audrey FREEDMAN - describes labor market] Percentage of working women mentioned.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Rebecca Chase) Summer job atmosphere for teenagers examined. [Pvt. Ind. Council spokesperson Wynn MONTGOMERY - notes lack of applications by teens.] [Summer youth employment program spokesperson Rosa LONG - agrees.] Factors affecting declining labor pool of teenagers considered. [MONTGOMERY - cites teens' refusal to work for minimum wage.] [TEENS - agree; want job with future.]

Chase, Rebecca;
Cordtz, Dan;
Jennings, Peter

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