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Economy / Unemployment #91070

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jul 06, 1984
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(Studio) June unemployment and inflation rate reported.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(DC) Last month's new jobs statistics outlined on screen, discussed. [Bureau of Labor Statistics spokesperson Janet NORWOOD - lists target inds.] June unemployment for men, women, teenagers and black teenagers graphed on screen. [Data Resources Institution spokesperson David WYSS - underestimated impact of economy demand due to lack of boom since 1973.]
REPORTER: Stephen Aug

(Chicago, Illinois) Improved employment situation in Illinois described. [Construction foreman Rick ROYMER, worker John SMITH - are optimistic.] Construction worker J.B. Spier mentioned, shown. [Fast food worker Robert MOORE - feels lucky.] [Chicago jobs program administration Maria CERDA - considers picture bleak.]
REPORTER: Joe Spencer

Aug, Stephen;
Koppel, Ted;
Spencer, Joe

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