Jobs down, gas and food up, America braces for hard times ahead.

Monday, June 09, 2008

The unemployment rate reached 5.5% last month, the highest jump from month to month in two decades. Coupled with the rising prices of gas and food, is it time to admit we're in an economic spiral? Charlie Fleming is the president of the North Georgia Labor Council, he speaks with us about job loss in Atlanta. Then economist Sophia Koropeckyj joins us to widen the bigger picture.

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