TITLE CHANGE FOR CNBC'S TOWN HALL ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18TH
TITLE CHANGE FOR CNBC'S TOWN HALL ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18TH (ALL TIMES ARE ET)
The title of tomorrow's Town Hall has been changed to:
"WHERE THE JOBS ARE"
CNBC will air a special Town Hall event "WHERE THE JOBS ARE" on Wednesday, March 18th at 10pm (pre-empting "ON THE MONEY").
The show will repeat on Saturday, March 21 at 8pm/11pm (pre-empting "The Suze Orman Show") and Sunday, March 22 at 8pm (pre-empting "American Originals: The Westminster Dog Show").
Over four million people have been laid off since the start of the recession. CNBC will present a one-hour Town Hall event, "WHERE THE JOBS ARE", anchored by CNBC's Carl Quintanilla and Erin Burnett, on Wednesday, March 18th at 10pm ET (pre-empting "ON THE MONEY") that offers viewers a tactical approach to finding out where the jobs are, how to land them and how to keep them. Guests include: Jeff Taylor, founder/former CEO, monster.com and current CEO of eons.com; Dr. Doug Hirschhorn, a peak performance coach and executive search consultant Jim Citrin of the firm Spencer Stuart.
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