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December 3rd, 2009
02:20 PM ET

The 30 Second Pitch Job Summit

While the President, ecnomists and business leaders are figuring out what to do to create jobs, we're doing our own "job summit" every Thursday in the CNN NewsRoom.

Today we featured three laid-off job seekers and we'll have their pitches posted here soon.

Jean Senat is expecting his first child in a few weeks and has been looking for work since Februrary.

He is an experienced investment accountant and if you have a job for him e-mail him at:

We're also featuring Jay Joseph, a man experienced in marketing and security.

He's currently in Philadelphia and if you have a job for him e-mail him at:

And our third pitch for the day is Atlanta resident Barry Jabbar Sykes.

The father of four is experienced as a hardware technician for an international communications company.

If you have a job for him you may e-mail him at:

In the meantime if you want to be part of the pitch e-mail your resume and some details about your situation to:

Filed under: :30 Second Pitch • Kyra Phillips
December 3rd, 2009
10:36 AM ET

Levs Links

I'm covering a bunch of different topics today, and getting you links where you can learn more.
For starters:
Time has this list of "Top 10 Apologies," from Tiger Woods to President Obama to Mel Gibson. Plus, Plato and Henry IV. What do you think?
What have people suddenly started caring about - a lot - this year, and what has lost the most attention? Google comes out with its 2009 Zeitgeit List. Here's a take from the folks at
Susan Boyle's album comes out - and along with it, stunning numbers. What do these massive numbers say about her, the industry, and the Internet?
And coming up, we'll look at how young people are struggling to find jobs in this economy. Keep an eye out for a separate post on that.

Filed under: Josh Levs
December 3rd, 2009
08:53 AM ET

Your Biggest Apology

Tiger Woods is just the latest in a long line of celebrities, politicians and others who have come forward and made public apologies for their “transgressions.”

We want to know about your biggest apology. What did you have to apologize about? And if you had to do it again, would you?

Post your comments and Heidi will read some of them in the Newsroom between 10 and 11am ET.

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Filed under: Heidi Collins