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Unemployment / Classified Ads and Contd. Unemployed #46781

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 04, 1977
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(Studio) Labor Department figs. on unemployment for October noted.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Baltimore, Maryland) Report on unemployed, classified ads for jobs and why unemployment situation remains. Case of unemployed steelworker Leonard Davis cited as example [DAVIS - notes difficulty in getting jobs.] Reporter states many people like Davis say they want future, and that's reason they won't accept just any menial job in newspapers. [Car dealer Paul HAYES - cites response to job with promotion potential as opposed to menial job openings.] Survey of classified ads noted; results show job openings don't match situations of unemployed. [WOMAN - asks applicant if she's been hunting job.] [APPLICANT - has been hunting job occasionally.]
REPORTER: George Strait

Reasoner, Harry;
Strait, George

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