If At First You Can't Get A Job, Hire An Attorney
LINDA WERTHEIMER, host:
In New York City, a young college graduate who couldn't find a job did not turn to Washington for help. She went to a lawyer. Our last word in business today is class-action lawsuit. The New York Post has the story of 27-year-old Trina Thompson, who graduated this spring from Monroe College in the Bronx with a degree in information technology - and lots of student loans. She has not been able to find work. So she filed a lawsuit, claiming the school did not try hard enough to help her find a job. And she's trying to get back the $70,000 she spent on tuition.
And that's the business news on MORNING EDITION from NPR News.
I'm Linda Wertheimer.
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
And I'm Steve Inskeep.
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