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 reiterated his resolve to come up with the best to achieve the target of job placements.
The Sabah government set up some 10,440 job placements for Sabahans in the first six months of the year, Assistant State Education and Innovation Minister Mohammad Mohamarin said today.
"These job placements are no-cost to the applicants or the employer," said Dan Kloeppel, retired U.S.
OKLAHOMA CITY Express Employment Professionals of Oklahoma reported a 15% increase in job placements for the first quarter from the first quarter of 2018.
PYWD aims to target a total of 10,000 (young women at least 35%; young men 65 %) having priority to beneficiaries of the BISP and invest an estimated 400 million in their skill training and job placements. It will also help them start their businesses by providing them tool kits and microfinance support.
Work Experience is a company that helps kids like Eddie get temporary or permanent job placements.
NEW figures out today show that permanent job placements around the North have risen strongly.
more than 250 employment agencies are working for local job placements.
- For the first half of 2014, Negros Occidental topped all provinces in Western Visayas where job placements of poor students was concerned.
In medicine, these mechanisms aim to create a set of "stable matching" results for each year's applicant pool - that is, job placements in which, after preferences are listed, interviews are conducted, and mutual job decisions are made, there are no remaining pairs of doctors and hospitals who would sooner be matched with each other, but are not.
Summary: Over 2,500 immediate job placements will be offered to qualified applicants at this year's edition of Tawdheef, the Capital's leading recruitment event.
Job placements may still be moving in the right direction but questions must now be asked about whether the declining rate of growth is indicative of a longer-term problem.