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Weighing Job Fairs, Mortgage Help In Down Economy

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Weighing Job Fairs, Mortgage Help In Down Economy

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Weighing Job Fairs, Mortgage Help In Down Economy

Weighing Job Fairs, Mortgage Help In Down Economy

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The national unemployment rate is at a 25-year high, job fairs are swamped, and there's talk of a "mortgage cram-down" to help home owners.

Tony Cox discusses the week's economic news with author and economist, Dr. Julianne Malveaux.

Malveaux is also president of Bennett College for Women.

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