Analysts say Bank of America could lay off as many as 30,000 employees in their merger with Merrill Lynch. Ned grew up helping his dad with the family real estate business. He studied finance at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business, and was recruited by Bank of America before he'd even graduated. As soon as he started his job in Charlotte it was clear that times were changing. He watched people cleaning out their desks only months after they started. Less than a year after he was hired, it was Ned's turn. Now he's one of the tens of thousands of highly educated bankers out of work. Also in this show, our series "Tough Jobs", this one, a teleprompter operator.