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Obama Secures Commitments on Hiring Long-Term Unemployedi
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February 01, 2014 1:55 AM
President Barack Obama met with top American CEOs at the White House Friday to discuss commitments their companies have made to help the long-term unemployed find jobs. Senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports that the White House says 300 companies have agreed to do their part.

Obama Secures Commitments on Hiring Long-Term Unemployed

Published January 31, 2014

President Barack Obama met with top American CEOs at the White House Friday to discuss commitments their companies have made to help the long-term unemployed find jobs. Senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports that the White House says 300 companies have agreed to do their part.


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