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RA this is -- scary -- spend on the athletes aren't the only ones been for the spotlight big name sponsors are taken their business courtside.
Fox -- Cheryl -- been there all -- US tennis center in New York.
Donating her tennis light snow last yeah I see there value -- Didn't.
We'll Tracy had to tell you it has been quite an event a couple of hours out here in flushing New York we had a major storm -- ME we're talking about hurricanes down south in the gulf.
-- massive rainstorm hit flushing new York at a suspend play here at the US -- but.
Finally some of the matches -- start to get back under way we're gonna court thirteen now play is under way there now squeegee.
Arthur Ashe stadium to get the big that's going to let that of course is -- -- -- -- the -- are playing.
Well what I think about the US open as -- -- they might add jobs that are created here at flushing new York and the New York area because of the US open and those corporate sponsors one of those sponsors is a -- -- They are a staffing firm address Russell is the North American president of -- Deco and you know you've been tracking cutting you.
-- -- -- country -- and looking at jobs across the country.
Finding right now because people are still incredibly network eight point you know eight point 2% -- -- absolutely.
Well actually having traveling across the country the last two weeks we see tremendous optimism right now on the job market.
I started Charlotte, North Carolina where -- which is a lot of financial services and hiring there.
Headed straight up to the midwest to the Detroit area automotive industry hiring their especially engineers right now he's so many engineers then headed west on the Southern California.
Health care huge right now that sector as well as hospitality.
Jobs -- -- head straight up to San Francisco the Silicon Valley.
And the IT hiring there is tremendous right now.
And just a tremendous optimism might now does -- -- doesn't just the do you think we're gonna see unemployment actually go down and -- and the next six months as I do feel that way I really do.
A -- the jobs being created right now are temporary jobs.
But what I want to tell those job seekers are they're not temporary those assignments are lasting long term so many of those are turning -- -- -- positions -- direct hire positions so.
To take those charged with time is -- -- the US open right now.
Jobs created short term it's time it's super exciting for the community.
All right well before I let you go why the US open I -- that that there was a longstanding partnership with the US open but also the bigger names like -- -- -- but -- so why did that go in the US so.
Okay we're all about talent whether that be on the court are off the court -- and of course Kim Clijsters she's back here this year -- Verizon of course you know shall retire at the end -- -- -- projected to be here.
All right well obviously -- it's going to be when they get the rest of the planet a nice afternoon for -- as a public for the corporate sponsors and out here on opening -- thank you very much.
All right well you're from -- -- she was talking obviously about hiring.
Everybody is definitely back to work -- -- this afternoon of the US up and cutting up we've got -- -- interviews.
On countdown of the closing bell the next hour Fox Business we're gonna talking to Panasonic's.
President of solutions Jim Doyle.
But the scoreboards.
All the technology.
-- powering the US open Panasonic is involved in that in a big way and it increase their presence is here.
He's going to be telling us how they've done it here at the US open all right -- -- back to you two items assuming a dry studio.
Yes that guy there is -- yeah.
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