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Unengaged workers are fired up about "quiet quitting"

Young workers' sense of "wanting to untether my job from my identity" has grown in the past year, The Journal's Lindsay Ellis reports.
During the pandemic, with stress and mental health problems widespread, more employees have become less committed to their jobs.
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Despite the times, college grads still flock to big banks

Jun 6, 2016
Goldman Sachs received 250,000 applications this hiring season
People run in the rain outside the Goldman Sachs headquarters building December 16, 2008 in New York City.
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Class of 2014 isn't celebrating the job market

May 9, 2014
Despite the economic recovery, it'll still take new grads awhile to find jobs.

Survival of the fittest millennial

Mar 25, 2014
How are millennials handling student debt and the difficulty of securing employment?

One thing college graduates can look forward to? Low wages and part-time jobs

Jan 9, 2014
We know about the tough job market for recent college grads, but a new report from the New York Fed finds there's a long history of high unemployment after graduation, going back decades.

Tales from a Shanghai job fair: Why China's college grads, employers mismatched

Jun 17, 2013
The scale of China's higher education system has developed so fast, the country fails to produce graduates who have the right skills for companies operating in China.

The downward spiral: Homeless in San Francisco

Jul 6, 2012
In the city by the bay, homeless citizens share how easy it is to lose the roof over your head.

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Soaring rhetoric: 2012 commencement addresses

Jun 8, 2012
With graduation in the air, here's a sampling of inspiring commencement speeches of 2012 featured in today's show.

College grads, please don't hurt us

Jun 8, 2012
Author Charles Wheelan asks recent college grads to not use their new knowledge for evil.

A new way to measure college graduation rates

Apr 12, 2012
Part-timers, transfers and returning students aren't counted in official graduation rates. A change by the Department of Education could add them to the mix.