Business Helps New Grads Get a Job

For years, many parents have used paid services to tutor their elementary school children or to prep their high schoolers for the SATs and college applications. And, of course, parents often foot the bill for college. But that doesn't necessarily mean their kids are ready to pick up the tab as soon as they graduate from college.

A estimated 60 percent of undergrads move back home with their degrees because they can't land good jobs. Monica Brady-Myerov reports on a burgeoning business that's aimed at getting recent grads out of the house and into the workforce.

This program aired on February 7, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.


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