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CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 08, 1983
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(Studio) Unemployment last month in industry states of North and sunbelt states illustrated on screen.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Houston, Texas) Continue efforts of middle-age unemployed execs. such as Roy Allen to find work examined. [Feb. 1983, ALLEN - is confident of finding new position.] [Today, ALLEN - notes he's continuing search.] Allen mentioned among those joining city's 40+ Club in effort to cope with unemployment at his level. [Realty consultant William BERRY - claims market has suffered double impact.] Role of oil industry in Houston and relationship with unemployment explained. [ALLEN - is looking out of Houston.] [40+ Club MBRS. - describe job hunt efforts.] [ALLEN - recalls one job interview; remains confident.]

Rabel, Ed;
Rather, Dan

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