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Season 45 Episode 7

November 11, 2012 - Belle Harbor, 3 Million Open Jobs, McCullough

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Nov 11, 2012 on CBS
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November 11, 2012 - Belle Harbor, 3 Million Open Jobs, McCullough
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Scott Pelley profiles the residents of Belle Harbor, New York, a shoreline neighborhood located in Queens on a strip of sand called the Rockaway Peninsula. Many of the residents are first responders whose families have lived in the neighborhood for generations. Belle Harbor was devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
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Byron Pitts reports on the skills gap in America, which has resulted over three million open jobs across the country. The focus of the feature is the manufacturing industry and a small business in Reno, Nevada (Click Bond) which is struggling to find qualified employees.
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In the second of a two-part feature on David McCullough (Part 1 aired last week), Morley Safer accompanies the author and historian to Paris, France, a place that had a profound influence on the new nation of America.

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      • David McCullough: We are raising children in America today who are by and large historically illiterate.

      • Scott Pelley: A lot of tragedy here (in Belle Harbor).
        Resident Jim O'Connor: Well, the only thing we haven't got now is the locusts and the frogs I think over here. That's about it.

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      • Additional Credits:
        Belle Harbor
        Produced by: Clem Taylor, Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson, Daniel Ruetenik, Robert Anderson and Nicole Young
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        3 Million Open Jobs
        Produced by: David Schneider
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        McCullough
        Produced by: David Browning
        Edited by: Daniel J. Glucksman
        Camera: Massimo Mariani, Jonathan Partridge
        Sound: Luigi Giuliani, Everett Wing
        Field Producer: Marine Casalis
        Associate Producer: Jonathan Schienberg
        Photos from: National Park Service, Longfellow House - Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site; National Park Service, Saint-Gaudens, National Historic Site; The Philadelphia Museum of Art
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        Additional Credit:
        Video from: The Brady Family

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