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GW law school pays for temp jobs for unemployed grads

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Practice criticized as way to boost national ranking The George Washington University Law School has started paying graduates to work in temporary jobs as more of them  can't find work, but the program is coming under fire as a way to inflate the school's national ranking. Created two years ago as the number of unemployed graduates rose, the school's Pathways to Practice Fellowship...

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