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Job seekers arrive at the National Career Fairs' San Francisco South Career Fair on July 16, 2012 in San Mateo, California. As the national unemployment stands at 8.2 percent, dozens of job seekers attended a career fair in hopes of finding employment.
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My name is Enoch Morishima. I recently graduated from college and fortunately I’ve been able to find a full-time job now, but I’ve had a hard time finding it.
I know a lot of friends who are still struggling and just seeing the community and the entire country in general, seeing so many people and so many families struggle, and seeing this country lag behind others in terms of being able to lead economically and have its hard and soft power decline, it worries me.
I really hope that the person I vote for can make a positive impact. I am not looking for a very quick turnaround, but at least start making better steps and leading the country into a more robust economic recovery.