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Focus (Money: Job Information Services) #592964

NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 22, 1993
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(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Report introduced.

(Detroit: Jeff Madrick) Complaints about job information services that require fees in advance examined. [Better Business Bureau Carmel WEEMS - describes consumer complaints.] The investigation of a company called Careers, Incorporated, by the Postal Service and the Detroit consumer department noted. [Job seeker Pauline KINDER - describes the "sell" from Careers, Incorporated] The response from Careers, Incorporated, detailed. [Former salesperson Julia DEAN - cites the company's approach.] Advice to job seekers about job information services outlined. [Detroit consumer affairs department Esther SHAPIRO - explains who tries these services.]

Madrick, Jeff;
Roberts, Deborah

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