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Economy: Jobs Report #968065

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 05, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Figures on jobs lost and unemployment cited.

(Chicago: John Yang) The latest jobs report examined; details given about the impact of the severe winter weather; statistics on the “real” unemployment rate and the increase in temporary jobs cited. [President OBAMA – says it’s better than expected but more than we should tolerate.] [Royal Bank of Scotland Michelle GIRARD†- comments on the blizzard.] [Bronx job seeker Spencer FARROW†- says there are more opportunities.] [Kelly Services vice president John SYVERSON†- notes businesses would rather hire on a temporary basis than go through the layoff process.] [Temporary worker Mark LYONS‡- says it’s a survival job.]

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John

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