Unemployment must be reversed quickly

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As 2010 moves along, the unemployment rate still remains high at 9.5 percent. Many people who had been looking for employment have become so frustrated that they have stopped looking. Those who are still looking for work continue to face all kinds of roadblocks — too much experience, not enough experience, too young, too old.

It is a sad day for our country when so many people are out of work through no fault of their own. The Obama administration has a lot more work to do on the economic front and the American people need and want more concrete results.

Let’s hope things in this great nation will improve — and soon.

John Amato

Fresh Meadows

Updated 6:10 pm, October 10, 2011
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