So You Have a Liberal Arts Degree and Expect a Job?
In a follow-up to his report last month on the unforgiving job market for recent college grads, Paul Solman looks at graduates who've already been out of school for several years and are still struggling to find employment in their areas of interest. It's part of his ongoing series of reports on Making Sen$e of financial news.
Dog-Walkers to Dominatrices: Many College Grads Face 'Malemployment'
Conventional wisdom held that a college degree was a gateway to a better -- and better-paying -- career and lifestyle. But are those student loans worth it? Paul Solman looks at how a group of recent college graduates is faring in the dismal job market and how many are forced into "malemployment" jobs to make ends meet.
President Obama met with Chinese President Hu Jintao in Seoul to discuss ongoing concerns over China devaluing its currency, thereby giving its products a competitive advantage in the market. Paul Solman looks into the dispute.
The youngest son of the ailing North Korean leader Kim Jong-il was promoted to a four-star general Tuesday in the latest sign that he's the apparent heir to the leadership post. Margaret Warner gets insights on what comes next from Katy Oh of the Institute for Defense Analyses and Barbara Demick of the Los Angeles Times.