How the debt ceiling compromise will affect unemployment

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The new debt ceiling compromise comes with $2.1 trillion in cuts over the next decade. With the flailing economy and  anemic  job market, how will these cuts affect unemployment? When it comes to jobs, are there any sure-fire professions or regions of the country left?  Beth Kobliner talks about what segments of the economy we can expect to expand in the new climate and what will suffer. In addition to being the author of "Get a Financial Life," Kobliner is  also an appointee to the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability.   
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