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September 24th, 2009
08:07 AM ET
soundoff (4 Responses)
  1. Gail Heinrich

    I am one of the uncounted and am not sure where to turn. I was not able to collect unemployment from NJ because, I left my job due to my husband job moving to work in GA (after paying into UE for over 30 years). Now it is a year later and I still have not been able to find a job. Even though I had worked in a corporate office for 15 years, I am unable to apply for office positions due to requirments for a 2 and sometimes a 4 year degree. Are there any college grants for someone who did not qualify for Unemployment benefits?

    September 30, 2009 at 11:40 pm |
  2. BOB

    It doesn't matter! It's a disgrace their setting up a one world financial system in our back yard! Our ignorant citizens don't have a clue what's going on besides watching porn and football on their boob tube!

    September 27, 2009 at 5:23 pm |
  3. Jenna Young

    I liked the video and you were immediately picked up by many many bloggers using the new or in place socialnomics of inner cities trying to regroup, restructure, revitalize and remake themselves to keep their cities viable and growing. This is where the future is going to. There is a blogger out there that has been blogging about the Pittsburgh problems and Youngstown as well as other blogs related to the "rust belt" cities. Very positive forward moving talking about what's coming, what people are already doing and giving a venue for publicizing the movements afoot in the cities and how they are making it work. Youngstown is also another winning example of what is going on out there. connection is and it will redirect one to a page that is pittsburgh and then choices for Youngstown 2.0 on the side. Very nice reporting and exposing of information and reaching out.

    September 24, 2009 at 2:52 pm |
  4. Barbara Cluff

    They probably improved because jobs were really created and they got unemployed people working in those jobs. Instead of paying our more money in unemployment the government should hire people to work at the Veterans Administration. Maybe the backlog could be cut down and people would be employed.

    September 24, 2009 at 8:42 am |