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A good job is at the top of the list for many, but new research is showing employers are now looking for a lot more than a degree before they hire someone. Nearly half of college graduates are working high school-level jobs. We investigate the needed ‘durable skills’ employers are looking for. Additionally, are people getting the wrong degrees? Then we investigate the housing market and a case that was just won against the National Association of Realtors. Gordy Marks, our resident expert, explains the case and how it impacts buyers and sellers.


What Do Employers Want in Workers, and What Is Happening in the Housing Market?


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