• 60 Minutes Season 45

    S45 E7: Belle Harbor, Three Million Open Jobs, McCullough

    43M NOV 11, 2012 TV-PG

    S45 E7: In Belle Harbor, N.Y., the only force greater than the devastation of Hurricane Sandy is the determination of the community; Also, millions of jobs are waiting to be filled, but employers say they can't find qualified workers because of "the skills gap"; And, from Paris to the Brooklyn Bridge, author David McCullough shows how hard work and creativity shaped America's cultural landscape

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