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JPMorgan CEO on education initiative, Trump presidency optimism

| Around 5.5 million young people in the United States are not in school or working. JPMorgan Chase announced plans this week to make a dent in that number, giving 10 states a total of $20 million in grants. The aim is to provide students who graduate from high school "the skills they need to compete for high-skill, well-paying jobs." JPMorgan Chase chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the education initiative and how he thinks President-elect Donald Trump will impact the economy.