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Economy: Jobs / Auto Industry #999257

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 03, 2011
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Labor Department figures on jobs added and unemployment for May cited.

(Studio: Anthony Mason) The worsening job market examined; statistics on hiring, manufacturing jobs lost and people out of work for more than 6 months cited. [Michiganders Michael and Melissa BARONE††- comment on being unemployed and losing their house.] [Economic Cycle Research Institute Lakshman ACHUTHAN††- states job growth is easing.] The possibility of another recession discussed.

(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Toledo, Ohio: Dean Reynolds) The status of the auto industry examined; scenes shown of President Obama touring a Chrysler plant in Toledo, Ohio; statistics on jobs lost cited. [Chrysler employee James FAYSON††- comments on being called back to work after being laid off.] [OBAMA – says this industry is back on its feet.] [Unemployed Chuck FRANKHAUSER††- comments.]

Smith, Harry;
Mason, Anthony;
Reynolds, Dean

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