Better Business Bureau warns job seekers about summer job scams
CHICAGO — Summer break is quickly approaching for high school and college students and many of them will be searching for summer jobs.
The Better Business Bureau serving Chicago and Northern Illinois is warning students about job scams that could result in a loss of money and a waste of time. These could include work-at-home jobs paying high salaries for simple work and sales or pyramid schemes.
“Searching for jobs is not always easy and what may sound too good to be true probably is,” said Steve J. Bernas, president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau serving Chicago and Northern Illinois. “Job hunters need to take appropriate measures to avoid being deceived by scams.”
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