The unemployed under fire
Millions of Americans are looking for work, and some 400,000 apply for unemployment benefits each week. Thousands more have exhausted all their jobless benefits. So when some companies posted open jobs, and stated the unemployed need not apply, a firestorm erupted. Now Congress is getting involved.
- Arthur Delaney: Huffington Post reporter
- Judy Conti: Federal Advocacy Coordinator at the National Employment Law Project
- Marci Alboher: Vice President at Civic Ventures, former NY Times "Shifting Careers" blogger and author of "One Person/Multiple Careers"