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Tim Zank

"A law grad, for instance, counts as “employed after nine months” even if he or she has a job that doesn’t require a law degree. Waiting tables at Applebee’s? You’re employed. Stocking aisles at Home Depot? You’re working, too."

It shouldn't surprise anybody that they massage the truth, after all, that's what they are trained to do, "obfuscate".

Charlotte A. Weybright

It isn't just law schools that practice "fudging."

Other grads at other colleges and universities fall under the same or similar criteria for placement. In many instances, if a grad can be placed in a field where one of his or her skills learned at the institution can be touted, the grad is considered placed.

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