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Monday, October 5, 2009

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Are high jobless numbers here to stay?
    Economists worry that a new normal of lower employment may be settling in as the recession eases. Unemployment now stands at 9.8 percent and is higher than some had expected. Also, columnist and author Tim Harford talks about his collection of columns based on readers' quirky personal economic situations.9:06 a.m.
    Michael Mandel: Chief economist for BusinessWeek magazine.
    Tim Harford: Writes a regular column for the Financial Times called, "The Undercover Economist." His latest book is "Dear Undercover Economist: Priceless Advice on Money, Work, Sex, Kids, and Life's Other Challenges."
  • The new job climate
    Job search experts, including a headhunter, weigh in on how the employment market is changing with the recession.10:06 a.m.
    Nick Corcodilos: Host of Ask The Headhunter® and author of "How to Work with Headhunters (2009)."
    Doug Hardy: Former editor-in-chief of Monster.com. He currently runs Monster's publishing program for employers and job seekers and is the author of several books for job seekers. His forthcoming book is "Your Best and Last Job Search Ever."

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