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jonlevy:
Intuit is hiring experienced attorney tax advisors:

http://intuit.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=72315&CurrentPage=1

Looks good huh?  Intuit  is paying a paltry $16-$18 an hour and you have to work a straight 8 hour shift from home like you are in a cubicle. Twenty years ago when I got my law license with a non ABA degree and no one would hire me, I got the lowest lawyer job possible, representing lifer inmates at a maximum secuirty prison at their parole hearings. The California Parole Board paid $23 and hour, the other lawyers thought I was crazy but I needed the work.

Intuit would not offer that salary unless there were takers....

CWFirm:
Then you have to have Intuit on your resume, which would naturally make people believe that you are completely crooked.

sollicitus:
I take it that firm has a bad rep?

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