Companies fail to deliver on job-search promises

08/17/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Some job-search companies take advantage of anxious job seekers by charging large upfront fees, then fail to deliver on their promises, Michael Luo writes. "To find legitimate agencies for your needs, it's critical to do your homework first," one state attorney general advises.

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