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American Agenda (Economy: Job Retraining) #147119

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 15, 1993
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The first job retraining program in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1906 recalled.

(Cincinnati: Bob Jamieson) Job retraining program for laid- off manufacturing workers in Cincinnati, Ohio, examined; scenes shown from a General Electric aircraft engines plant and from a state-supported technical college, which links job-related instruction and paid real-life work experience. [GE worker losing job, Peter GRUNWALD, retrained worker Debbie DYKES, retraining worker Lanny MALLORY, Cincinnati Technical College James LONG - comment on jobs and retraining.] The cooperative business partners in the program listed. [Instructor Paul DeNEW, Cincinnati Milacron, Incorporated, chairman Dan MEYER - talk about the program.]

Jamieson, Bob;
Jennings, Peter

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