University and college students are increasingly falling prey to language and other vocational schools that are cashing in on their employment fears amid the economic slump, the National Consumer Affairs Center of Japan said Wednesday.
Such schools pressure students into taking courses by touting they are useful for job-hunting and by claiming the students would be unable to find work otherwise, the NCAC said.
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