As many as two-thirds of organizations are said to be ineffective or inefficient in some capacity. Sometimes the inefficiencies are brought on by laziness -- other times they are the result of a massive corporate scandal.

JPMorgan Chase is one of many multinational institutions that endured a scandal last year. When that happens, investors often run for the hills. But job seekers might want to take a closer look, as these corporations frequently need people to help turn things around.

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