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October Is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

October 22, 2012

The opportunity to earn a living and be self-supporting is a broadly held goal by Americans. Work is a foundation of stability for individuals and can give one’s life meaning and purpose. Unfortunately, the rate and level of employment for people with disabilities is staggeringly low. Labor force participation is 22% for people with disabilities as compared to 69% for people without disabilities.

Career Centers Help Both Job Seekers & Employers

October 17, 2012

The Georgia Department of Labor manages more than 50 career centers around the state, assisting job seekers find employment and employers hire skilled workers.

Job Seeker Beware: Work-at-Home Scams

September 21, 2012

Working from home has become increasingly popular due to its flexible schedule, low overhead costs, and commuting cost and time savings.

Joining AmeriCorps

July 25, 2012

AmeriCorps recruits volunteers from across the country to help support education, clean up parks and streams, keep neighborhoods safe and increase awareness of public health issues.

Apply for Fall Internships at the Capitol

March 29, 2012

For college juniors or seniors, graduate students and law students, completing an internship at the Capitol offers an opportunity to see firsthand the inner workings of state government and at the same time to professionally develop.

Becoming a Police Officer

March 27, 2012

Learn the steps it takes to become a certified police officer.

Get your GED!

March 19, 2012

Having a high school diploma makes a difference. If you don't have a high school diploma, you can still get your General Educational Development (GED) Diploma. Learn how!

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