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At an "On the Record" town hall with Ohio Gov. John Kasich, the Republican presidential candidate talked about how he'd address the employment challenges facing college graduates.

Kasich said that students need to be guided through college so they don't come out with a lot of debt and no job prospects.

"We know what the in-demand jobs are across this country, and we need to be training people for them based on your God-given passions and what you want to do with your life," Kasich said.

The governor said he doesn't want to see any graduate ending up worse off than if they had never gone to college.

Kasich also said that students in K-12 also need to be educated about occupations so that they can find their path.

Watch the clip above.


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