Job search firms: Big pitches and fees, few jobs
The offices of several state attorneys general said they had fielded complaints about career counseling companies during this recession, according to an article in the New York Times. Many of the companies do little more than provide ordinary job search assistance, and while this can be a legitimate and useful service much of it can be obtained more cheaply, according to the Times.
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