As headlines about the state of the world economy dominate the news, one of President Obama's chief economic advisers is packing his boxes to leave the White House. It is Austan Goolsbee's last day on the job as chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers. He is returning to his position at the University of Chicago. Melissa Block talks with Goolsbee about Friday's job numbers, the nation's stagnant economic growth and what he has learned from his time in government.
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