In the classical performing arts, more and more artists -- ever more highly skilled -- compete for fewer and fewer jobs, ever more poorly paid. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports on how artists are learning to fine-tune their entrepreneurial skills…
Left Behind by the Recovery, Inner City Teens Struggle to Find Jobs…
A new report shows 45 percent of young adults who recently got a college degree are underemployed, and the next generation of classical performers are no exception. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports on how artists are adapting to hard economic…
Christina Bellantoni interviews Elizabeth Shell about New Adventures for Older Workers.
Finding the Connection Between Prosperity, Compassion and Happiness…
Should Government Pay for the Information It Collects About Its Citizens?…
Americans who work past traditional retirement age are extending their productive lives. They're also paying taxes longer, which may have big implications for the country's finances. As part of his Making Sen$e series, economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.
Paul Solman: 'The trend is clear: more seniors than ever, still on the job.'…
The Paul Solman Interview…
Should we have let foundering financial firms fail in 2008? Economics correspondent Paul Solman sits down with economist Paul Krugman to discuss the provocative bestseller "The Great Deformation" by David Stockman and the government's role in mediating economic meltdowns.
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