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(Studio: Kate Snow) Statistics on jobs and unemployment for June cited.
(White House: Savannah Guthrie) The disappointing jobs report examined; figures cited; details given of concern about a double dip recession. [President OBAMA – says we’re headed in the right direction but not fast enough.] [CNBC’s Steve LIESMAN- says it’s nowhere near the numbers we would hope for.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Lee Cowan) The decision of some unemployed people to give up looking for a job featured; statistics on discouraged workers cited. [Unemployed Toni MOSS- comments on going back to school.] [Moody’s Analytics economist Mark ZANDI- says those who are unemployed are unemployed for long periods of time.] [Unemployed Hillary BROWN- comments on the plight of being overqualified.] [New Google employee Laura HOLMES- notes college graduates can’t find jobs.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) Stock Market Report
- Snow, Kate;
- Guthrie, Savannah;
- Cowan, Lee
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