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Disability Employment: Positions Vacant Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Positions Vacant category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Disability Employment: Positions Vacant Publications

2009-08-18 : USA Jobs for People with Disabilities and Veterans : The USA Jobs website is a place where people with disabilities and veterans can go in order to find employment with the federal government.

2009-08-03 : Government Jobs for Persons with a Disability : Disability Government Employment resources for those seeking U.S. Federal Government employment if you have a disability.

2009-08-03 : Jobs for People with Disabilities : Information regarding jobs for people with disabilities includes employment opportunities for work seekers who have a disability.

2009-05-12 : Jobseeker - Not-For-Profit and Government Jobs in Australia : The Jobseeker website in Australia is the nations largest site for finding jobs related to community not-for-profit and government jobs.

2009-02-06 : Government Disability Grants Information and Websites : Disability grant information and list of websites offering available government grants for disabled people.

2009-02-06 : Military Veterans Should Consider Federal Employment : If making a military transition into a civilian job the government gives you opportunity to be a preferred candidate for government job openings.

2009-02-05 : How to Get a Government Job : Information on applying for government jobs that offer better job stability and benefits than many comparable jobs in the private sector.

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