Candidates Clash on Jobs President Bush and Sen. Kerry sharply disagree in their description of the jobs market. David Wessel, deputy Washington bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal talks about how the presidential candidates make their respective cases about jobs and unemployment.
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Candidates Present Contrasting Pictures on Jobs

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Candidates Present Contrasting Pictures on Jobs

Candidates Present Contrasting Pictures on Jobs

Candidates Present Contrasting Pictures on Jobs

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President Bush and Sen. Kerry sharply disagree in their description of the jobs market. David Wessel, deputy Washington bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal talks about how the presidential candidates make their respective cases about jobs and unemployment.