Segments From this episode
The U.S. created 216,000 jobs last month, pushing down the unemployment rate to 8.8 percent. Much of the country is ready to stop thinking about jobs, but millions of Americans remain out of work.
Reviewing the week in Wall Street with Marketplace New York bureau chief Heidi Moore and Cardiff Garcia from FT Alphaville. This week: budget cuts, the government shutdown and jobs numbers.
Christina Romer, former chairwoman of the Council of Economic Advisors, talks about why she thinks Washington needs to do more for jobs and the deficit now, even if it may be difficult.
Marketplace for April 1, 2011