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    A growing number graduates, it appears, are now venting their frustration.

    On blogs with names like "Scammed Hard" and "Shilling Me Softly," law graduates are blaming their alma maters for luring them into expensive programs by overstating their chances of landing a job upon graduation, the USA Today reports.

    Accredited law schools typically post information about the employment rates of recent graduates, but data can be misleading, USA Today reports. "We had some schools reporting 100% employment," probably because unemployed grads didn't respond, said Donald Polden, Santa Clara University law school dean. He chairs an American Bar Association committee that is looking at how to report employment data "in a more robust way."

    Law School Transparency, a non-profit founded by two Vanderbilt law students, sent a request in July to 200 law schools to provide salary and employment data for 2010 grads. The groups would like to post that information online.

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    Re: USA Job Market 2010: How frustrated law school graduates are?

    These cycles have happened before. It will get better.

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      Re: USA Job Market 2010: How frustrated law school graduates are?

      The scenario is not different in the other fields. Students are lured into taking admission into certain colleges for guaranteed placements and jobs in very good organizations and then after they encounter with the stark reality.
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        With what I know about this issue, the level of frustration of law school grads is as intense as the period of time they had to spend staying within the school in taking those programs that promised them of guaranteed employment. My personal stand? This is something that is totally unlawful. Every cent given out by these grads wishing that they would have a brighter career in the future are not just gotten anywhere. The schools should be transparent and direct enough to make their students realize how hard it may be to lend a job after schooling and not that they would create illusions for young minds to ponder upon.

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