Job Placement


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Job Placement

The process by which a worker finds a job or, alternately, a company finds an employee to fill a position.
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He said that BISP is doing tremendous job in poverty reduction through job placement and we are proud to become a partner with BISP.
likelihood that job placement of consumers with MDD increases their self-esteem), motivation to comply (e.
s Law school applicants value school rankings over job placement rates
Rigorously designed studies (random assignment) generating evidence on ex-offender job placement approaches are the result of federal investment in program development and/or evaluation.
Job placement based on successful demonstration of academic competency and basic employability skills
This indicates that job placement officers' advice has a strong influence over students' job choice in Japan.
The counseling classes, to be run by a private job placement agency, will teach high school job-seekers how to convince prospective employers of their abilities and teach them techniques for job interviews.
Legislation concerning career counseling and job placement for people with disabilities.
NYANA s new Queens site will house the association's newly formed job placement facility.
Her efforts have resulted in a 90 to 95 percent job placement average for her students and the program has one of the the highest enrollments of male dancers in the country.
Careful job placement and supervision ensures that both the intern and the organization benefit from the program.
released a completely new website today with all new graphics and content focused on the internet recruiting and job placement of commercially licensed truck drivers.