For Carrier workers who lost jobs, what's next?

Posted: 5:46 PM, May 03, 2016
Updated: 2016-05-11 15:25:07-04

INDIANAPOLIS -- Carrier's decision to move 1,400 Indianapolis jobs to Monterrey, Mexico created uncertainty and fear for those facing a drastic and sudden change in their livelihoods, and it also broke up a family.

The seven Carrier workers we talked to all shared that common theme about the west side plant: A sense of togetherness and loyalty that was betrayed.

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