Marketplace for Friday, March 28, 2014
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About 10 million students have earned bachelor’s degrees since 2008. In 2012, almost half of recent college graduates were considered underemployed, working in jobs that typically do not require a bachelor’s degree. A look at a generation of college graduates who had the bad luck of beginning careers during the Great Recession and its aftermath. Meanwhile, almost half of the customers in Detroit are behind on their water bills. Now the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department is starting to cut them off. But lots of businesses are in the red, too, as is the school system, and the city itself, which is in bankruptcy. Together, those players owe more than $50 million. And, CBS Outdoor is one of the largest advertising companies with billboards seen practically everywhere. We look at how the company continues to do so well.
Posted In: recession, career
College graduates who started careers recently are having a hard time finding a good job.
Posted In: film, movies, Cesar Chavez, Mexico
The director talks the first bio-pic to celebrate the history and accomplishments of activist Cesar Chavez and his movement.