President Barack Obama attends a breakout session, "Creating Jobs Through the Rebuilding of America's Infrastructure," during the White House Forum on Jobs and Economic Growth, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, Dec. 3, 2009.

President Barack Obama attends a breakout session, "Creating Jobs Through the Rebuilding of America's Infrastructure," during the White House Forum on Jobs and Economic Growth, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, Dec. 3, 2009.

Monday, Feb 08 10 a.m. (ET)

The Administration’s Job Agenda

The nation’s unemployment rate may have dipped below ten percent for the first time in months, but tens of millions remain un- or under-employed. A look at the Administration’s job agenda and what it could mean for those looking for...

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