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.