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Economy: Jobs #999274

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 03, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Labor Department figures on jobs created and unemployment for May cited.

(Washington: Tom Costello) The disappointing jobs report reviewed; job cuts in several industries cited. [Moody’s economy.com Mark ZANDI†- explains how many jobs we need to create each month.] [Lost her home, Shawn HOLLY‡- comments.] [Former Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan GREENSPAN – supports going back to the Clinton tax structure.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(White House: Chuck Todd) President Obama’s omission of the jobs numbers in a speech on his economic policies featured. [In Toledo Ohio, OBAMA – says this economy took a big hit.]

Williams, Brian;
Costello, Tom;
Todd, Chuck

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