Recent graduates face uncertain future as pandemic sinks economy

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Published on 6 Jun 2020, 21:47
The future is uncertain for many who recently graduated from college, trade schools or vocational programs. The coronavirus pandemic has led to an economic downturn, and many companies are now on a hiring freeze, and even rescinding job offers. CBS News campaign reporters Cara Korte and Zak Hudak spoke with some of these students whose lives are now in limbo.

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