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Economy / Low Unemployment #634762

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 05, 2000
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(New York: Mike Jensen) The 30-year-low unemployment rate with record low unemployment rates for minority workers reported. [Business owner John STOLLENWERK - says he has been adding workers.] [Challenger, Gray, and Christmas CEO John CHALLENGER - says this is the best job market for workers.] [Hass School of Business Dean Laura TYSON - says the expansion will last at least two years.] [Worker Jerry EVERS - comments.]

(New York: Kelly O'Donnell) Difficulties employers have trying to find good workers examined. [Supervisor Kim DIXON - comments.] [Hotjobs.com Richard JOHNSON - says the balance of power has changed.] [Chammps Americana general manager Michael BANKS - talks about attempts to recruit workers.] [Winstead, Sechrest, and Minick Talmage BOSTON - says it is the craziest it has ever been.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike;
O'Donnell, Kelly

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