The Article looks at transparency in job placement data published by U.S. universities, with a particular focus on law schools and for-profit schools. The article argues that given the high costs of university education in the U.S., the transparency of information provided to applicants, including on job placement data, is essential for applicants to make informed decisions. Currently, the level of transparency is not satisfactory, both due to deliberate violations and scarce attention devoted to this problem in recent years. 

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