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Romney chides Obama on lack of good jobs for college grads

South Park Township : PA : USA | Apr 23, 2012 at 1:30 PM PDT
Source: Los Angeles Times
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In anticipation of President Obama's focus on education this week, Mitt Romney pointed to an analysis showing more than half of college graduates under 25 were either jobless or underemployed. Romney, campaigning in Pennsylvania on Monday, also reminded voters that Obama declared during... FULL ARTICLE AT Los Angeles Times
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