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New York Times lauds our Career Club

August 29, 2006 3:28 PM

Find out what the New York Times' Life's Work columnist Lisa Belkin has to say about the Women For Hire Career Club in her article: "A Kaffeeklatsch With a Goal" which appeared in the New York Times on Sunday, August 27 2006:

One of the many sharp realizations of being unemployed is that your friends and family can't really help. They might have leads at first, or loans, but as time passes "they start to wonder why it's taking you so long to get a job, they get tired of hearing your tales of woe, they start thinking something is wrong with you," Tory Johnson said of the cycle she's seen so many times. Early this summer Ms. Johnson decided to snip that cycle with cafe au lait and cookies. She began what she calls the Women For Hire Career Club. . .

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