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Economy: Jobs #995081

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 04, 2011
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The latest unemployment and job growth numbers cited.

(Scarborough, Maine and Washington: Whit Johnson) The plight of small businesses featured; scenes shown from Scarborough, Maine, where a go-kart business is barely making it. [Maine Indoor Karting owner Rick SNOW†- says we are struggling and we need customers.] [Economic Cycle Research Inst. director Lakshman ACHUTHAN†- says it is another throttling back.]

(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The youth unemployment rate cited.

(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The uncertain summer job market featured; statistics cited; scenes shown from Los Angeles. [Young job seekers Ana GALINDO†, John REED-TORRES - worry about jobs.] [Youth Opportunity Movement director Ozzie LOPEZ†- says the kids will be on the streets.] [Entrepreneur Joaquin HORTON - comments.]

(Studio: Russ Mitchell) What President Obama said about the economic slowdown and the Republican response presented. [OBAMA - talks about economic factors.] [Republican hopefuls Mitt ROMNEY, Tim PAWLENTY - criticize the president on the economic problems.] Pawlenty's plans for a major address on Tuesday noted.

Mitchell, Russ;
Johnson, Whit;
Whitaker, Bill

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