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Don't pay for the promise for a job. Learn how to avoid job scams.
Trustworthy staffing companies are paid by the employers, not by the people looking for a job. So don't do business with companies that promise to get you a job... but ask you to pay them first.
Male VO: Resumes, interviews, online searches…
Female VO: Trying to find a job often is one of the hardest jobs there is.
Male VO: But paying a company to get you a license, a certificate, or a job isn’t the way to go.
Female VO: And could leave you with less money and no job in sight.
Male VO: Trustworthy staffing companies are paid by the employers, NOT by the people looking for a job.
Female VO: So don't do business with companies that PROMISE to get you a job... but then ask YOU to pay them first.
Male VO: Even if they GUARANTEE refunds.
Female VO: It’s tough to find a job. But it can be even tougher to realize you’ve been scammed.
Male VO: So, when it comes to an offer that will cost you money, exercise doubt and check it out… at FTC.gov.
Female VO: A tip from the Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency.
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