Academics to report to general job office

Unemployed academics already receiving assistance from the Employment Service will be directed to the appropriate address by the placement clerk with whom they have been in contact thus far.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
January 30, 2006 07:25

 
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Job seekers with academic degrees are to report to the general job offices of the Employment Service nearest to their place of residence beginning February 1, due to the merger of the academic employment service into its mainstream operations, the bureau said Sunday. Unemployed academics already receiving assistance from the Employment Service will be directed to the appropriate address by the placement clerk with whom they have been in contact thus far. The general offices will absorb academic placement clerks to handle the added case load.

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