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by Ellyn Fortino
5:37pm
Wed May 27

Labor Market Still Tough For Today's Young Grads, But Their Job Prospects Are Brighter

Experts at the Economic Policy Institute say the U.S. labor market remains difficult for young high school and college graduates, but their job prospects are better than they were for the past several groups of students who graduated in the wake of the Great Recession.

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by Ellyn Fortino
4:41pm
Tue May 26

Report Details 'Lavish Perks' Enjoyed By Illinois Public College, University Executives

Top administrators at Illinois public colleges and universities "are enjoying extensive perks and a lack of accountability."

That's according to a report released Friday by the Illinois Senate Democratic Caucus detailing the cost of executive benefits and compensation at the state's higher education institutions.

Examples highlighted in the report include an annual housing stipend of $35,000 for the president of Governors State University in south suburban Chicago, memberships at the Sangamo Club and Illini Country Club for the president of Springfield's Lincoln Land Community College and $887,000 in total compensation provided in one year to a former University of Illinois at Chicago chancellor.

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