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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(Atlanta, Georgia) Efforts of some to exploit unemployed by chging. fee for access to "Job Info. Directory" examined. [Pat POWELL, Robert BROPHY - recall their experience.] [State attorney general Charles GRADDICK - notes number exploited.] [POWELL - comments.] Alabama court mentioned recently shutting down "Job Info. Directory"; cites experiencing similar job information companies listed on screen. John Hunt's experience while seeking job through Bernard Haldane Associates described. [HUNT - recalls Haldane's promise.] Haldane said among career counseling firms recently investigated by New York state. [New York attorney general Robert ABRAMS - notes results of investigation.] Haldane said signing agreement with attorney general; details given. Other career counseling firms closing or bankrupt listed on screen; warning to unemployed by Postal Service mentioned. FTC (Federal Trade Commission) said currently investigating career counseling industry
REPORTER: Rebecca Chase
- Chase, Rebecca;
- Robinson, Max
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