More and more college graduates cannot find a job in the field marked on their degree. But student loans won't wait, so many resort to working in the service industry at places like Walmart and Starbucks just to stay financially afloat. How long will this generation of college-education blue collar workers wait for the jobs they want?
In 1968, writer Ellen Willis became The New Yorker’s first popular music critic. For seven years, she wrote about the intersections of pop music, politics, and the sheer joy of listening in a column aptly called “Rock, Etc.” Now, five years after her death, her work has been collected in a volume called "Out of The Vinyl Deeps: Ellen Willis on Rock Music." Her daughter Nona Willis Aronowitz, who also edited the book, joins us to discuss discovering – and rediscovering – her mother’s pioneering writings.