Check out this MSN article, "Should Schools Be Required to Help Students Find Work?"
Trina Thompson isn't the only college grad who's mad about the job market. She may, however, be the only one who has sued her school as a result. Still jobless four months after graduating from New York City's Monroe College, Thompson sued the school in July for $70,000 in tuition and $2,000 in personal compensation. While the suit's outcome is pending, it does raise questions as to whether colleges have a responsibility to help students find jobs after graduation. With the average public in-state student forking over more than $26,000 in tuition and fees alone, do colleges owe them something in return? more