|Studio One features college graduate concerns, 3-point line move|
Learn why soon-to-be college graduates may have trouble finding that first job and why the NCAA’s move of the 3-point line may create challenges in college basketball on the next edition of Studio One.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 10.1 million people are unemployed. This figure may only get worse as the unemployment rate hit a 14-year high last month. College students graduating in December will have these alarming numbers facing them when they begin entering the work force. Learn how some new graduates plan to find jobs.
Also on the show, basketball players are facing a change to the court. The NCAA is moving the 3-point line back one foot. Find out how some college basketball players are preparing to meet this new NCAA 3-point standard.
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