Inside the 5 O'Clock Club
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Inside the 5 O'Clock Club

During a recent evening in a conference room at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York, a group of job seekers met with Susanne Rhow of the 5 O'Clock Club. The weekly meetings help the job seekers prepare everything from resumes to their "two-minute pitch." The job seekers were looking for work in a range of industries, from art to legal. Some had been laid-off by previous employers and others wanted help in switching careers. Video by Travis Fox/The Washington Post

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