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Economy: Jobs / Swonk Interview #987665

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 03, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Live interview held with Mesirow Financial chief economist Diane Swonk about the weak jobs report. [From Chicago, SWONK – describes what’s good about the report: we’re generating jobs; comments on people who have given up looking for jobs.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The flood of applicants after Delta Airlines announced it was hiring noted.

(Chicago: Kevin Tibbles) Anxiety over the job market and the economy featured; scenes shown from job fairs in Orlando and Los Angeles. [On the street, 4 PEOPLE – comment on the economy during this holiday season.] [2 job fair WOMEN – comment on their job search.] [Career fair coordinator Bob HILLMAN†- says there is a lot of uncertainty.] [Delta Children’s Products Joseph SHAMIE†- comments on uncertainty about hiring.] [Walmart executive Gyata KIMMONS†- comments on expansion plans.]

Williams, Brian;
Tibbles, Kevin

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