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Unemployment / Travelers Aid Society #286072

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 26, 1982
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(Studio) Latest unemployment rate noted expected to rise in October
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(New Orleans, Louisiana) [PEOPLE - list locations they've visited looking for work.] Impact of stranded job seekers on Travelers Aid Society examined. [Travelers Aid spokesperson Michael MOREAU - equates current situation with that during Great Depression.] [Mitchell TAYLOR - wants any kind of work to support family.] [Mrs. TAYLOR - notes difficulty of ordeal.] [WOMAN - wants to go south for work.] Current status of job market in Sunbelt described. [Charles NORKMAN - describes his plight.] [Jamie and John DUNN - play game of employment agency.] [Robert DUNN - notes ordeal family is undergoing.] New Orleans police crackdown on unemployed there described. [Travelers Aid president Elizabeth SELLEY advises would-be job seekers.] [PEOPLE - consider new job sites.] [Jamie DUNN - would like to stop traveling.]
REPORTER: Joan Snyder

Dean, Morton;
Snyder, Joan

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