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In Depth (Economy: Job Market Tips) #609136

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 29, 1996
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) New York state poll on people's anxiety about their jobs and recent layoff statistics cited.

(New York: Mike Jensen) Tips on how to survive amidst the changing face of employment in America presented. [Banker David BRAGDON, job counselor Robin RYAN, chemical company worker Andy OPELA, airlines workers Maggie SCHROYER, young boss Mike DOLAN, older worker/former boss John SIDOR, Internet job seeker Julian BLEEKER - talk about how to succeed in today's economy.] The need to stay flexible and keep up with the latest job skills and technology explained.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The story of American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) outplacement center manager Amy Saratela, who helps laid-off workers find new jobs, presented in her own words. [SARATELA - outlines how she helps people go through the grieving process that comes with the loss of a job and how she keeps her own skills marketable.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike

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