Airline Workers Laid Off

Friday, January 11, 2002

Tens of thousands of people in new york city have been laid off since September 11th. Perhaps the hardest hit have been airline workers, who have faced devastating cuts and lay offs. In the borough of Queens alone, an estimated four thousand airline employees have lost their jobs.
WNYC's Patricia Willens reports on one group of former TWA employees who are trying to find their way in a new job market.

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