When The Job Hunt Becomes A Job In Itself As more people join the nation's unemployment rolls, Farai Chideya talks about the finer points of job hunting with Marshawn Evans — co-founder of an African-American-focused employment search Web site — and job seeker Toni Rice.
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When The Job Hunt Becomes A Job In Itself

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When The Job Hunt Becomes A Job In Itself

When The Job Hunt Becomes A Job In Itself

When The Job Hunt Becomes A Job In Itself

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As more people join the nation's unemployment rolls, Farai Chideya talks about the finer points of job hunting with Marshawn Evans — co-founder of the African-American-focused employment search Web site A Mighty River — and job seeker Toni Rice.

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