Positive Economic Indicators: Found a Job?

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

WNYC Economics editor Charlie Herman on the Brian Lehrer Show

Have you found a new job? Charlie Herman, WNYC business editor, reports that New York City added more jobs in the last four months than it had since the 1950s. Call in or post here with your positive economic indicators.


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Comments [6]

Eugenia Renskoff from Brooklyn, NY

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May. 23 2012 05:40 PM
Eric Russell from Basking Ridge

I wish to thank you for allowing me to put my request for staff on the segment. Within 15 minutes, I had 5 very good responses. Interviews begin tomorrow. I also appreciate your statement that you were unable to comment about the validity of the offer as you know nothing about the company. Our company web site is Should you wish it, I am available for appearances.

May. 23 2012 01:06 PM
antonio from bayside

Edward, doy...

May. 23 2012 11:57 AM
Edward from Washington Heights AKA pretentious Hudson Heights

antonio, it's a buyers market. The competition is brutal.

100 applicants for 1 position? People need to be willing to work for less.

May. 23 2012 11:44 AM
antonio from bayside

I am a graphic designer who is making the transition of picking up front end developing skills, I see more movement in the later..My feelings are, companies have all the leverage because of all the money they hoarded during the downturn...

May. 23 2012 11:42 AM
Edward from Washington Heights AKA pretentious Hudson Heights

Walking around Manhattan I see lots of empty store fronts.

I do see lots of construction in Manhattan. Check out whats going on across the street from the Javits Center.

May. 23 2012 11:36 AM

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