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Many unemployed people have found it difficult to find work in today’s economy. As many jobs have gone overseas through outsourcing or become obsolete because of technology, many job-seekers have found that employers seek technology skills in job applicants and prospective employees. Companies throughout the economy have become more reliant on technology to operate more efficiently. An In View with Larry King producer will speak with employers across the country to talk about the skills they seek in new employees. Many workers go back to school to make themselves more marketable and appealing to employers. The In View Larry King program (561-544-7965) will spotlight some of the schools and companies that help Americans prepare for new careers in the 21st century.
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