Libraries As Job Centers

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More people are visiting their local public libraries. They go for the usual things, but also for something else these days. According to recent report from American Library Association, many of these new visitors are unemployed -- and they're asking librarians to help them in their job search. As Colorado Public Radio's Zachary Barr reports, librarians are changing their ways to keep up with the changing times. Then Ryan Warner talks to Mary Stansbury, a Professor of LIbrary and Information Science at the University of Denver, and Megan Kinney, a senior librarian for the Denver Public Library System.