Surviving the Economic Crisis

The Department of Labor recently announced that more jobs were created in April than in any month during the last four years, but many people are still struggling to get by.

News 12's Tara Rosenblum sat down with one Yonkers woman, Wanda Randolph, for whom looking for work has become a full-time job.

Randolph says she was given her termination notice from St. Christopher's Youth Home by mail and has been unable to find a job since January.

"I couldn't believe it, I was stunned," says Randolph. "I was a deer in headlights ? It was pretty traumatic."

News 12 wants to hear your economy stories for our "Your Money: Surviving the Crisis" Town Hall meeting this Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

We will have a panel of experts and reporters waiting to hear your comments and questions, and hopefully provide you with some answers.

Visit the ?Your Money: Surviving the Crisis? Facebook page, where you can submit your questions and concerns directly to News 12, by clicking here.

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