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Be Better: Educated and unemployed

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Helping college graduates "Be Better" at finding jobs in this economy!

The International Labour Organization reports that unemployment will rise by 5.1 million this year alone.

Young people are the most vulnerable among the groups looking for work.

Recent statistics show 53-percent of recent U.S. college grads are currently jobless or underemployed.

Jody Lowery shows you some things that can be done to set you or someone you know apart in the job market.

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