Privatised job agencies get rich off unemployed suffering

In the late 1990s, Australia privatised the system that helps the unemployed find work.

The idea was that by paying employment service providers for each person they placed into a job, the process would become more efficient.

Instead, a parasitic industry developed with around 40 privately run employment agencies earning millions in fees from the unemployed.

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