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Librarians Become Unofficial Job Counselors

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Librarians Become Unofficial Job Counselors

Economy

Librarians Become Unofficial Job Counselors

Librarians Become Unofficial Job Counselors

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The downward economy is putting more stress on libraries. Popular movies and books now have wait-lists, the unemployed are in line for computers to work on resumes and some librarians are even acting as unofficial job counselors. Madeleine Brand talks with Linda Yoder, director of the Nappanee Public Library in Indiana.

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