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Employers toss out degree requirements as college costs rise


The price tag on a college degree continues to rise, and more companies say the cost isn't worth it to have a successful career. Stephanie Ruhle reports on employers' recent moves to abandon degree requirements and even pay to train workers without college educations. Northeastern University Executive Professor of Educational Policy Sean Gallagher and Vice President of Grow with Google Lisa Gevelber join to discuss the shift.