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Chipmaker Texas Instruments says will lay off more than 500 people at a research and development plant near Nice, France, in the coming months.
As if President Obama's American Jobs Act, more correctly called a "third stimulus" in my view, weren't a reminder of how fragile the economic recovery is, the global markets are under pressure once again from European sovereign debt concerns.
Jobs are hard to come by in every U.S. city, but you stand a better chance of getting hired if you live in Washington, Dallas or Boston.