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 October 22, 1999

Site adds features for disabled job seekers

WASHINGTON — The President=s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities has added two new features to its Job Links service, an Internet resource linking disabled job seekers with potential employers. The extended services will enable users to tap into jobs available through staffing firms and provide them with the option to view employment opportunities by state.

Currently, Job Links lists more than 140 employers. The inclusion of temporary and placement firms in the Job Links program will increase the options and range of opportunities available to users. In order to participate in the program staffing services must maintain their own Web sites and advertise specific job openings, not a listing of job categories, and the firm=s services must be free of charge to job seekers. The committee=s second feature will organize Job Link=s employers by state, allowing users to better focus their search.

The Job Links Web site is located at www.pced.gov. The site connects job seekers to the pages of participating employers and firms, and provides a direct email link for employers looking to establish a listing.

WASHINGTON — The President=s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities has added two new features to its Job Links service, an Internet resource linking disabled job seekers with potential employers. The extended services will enable users to tap into jobs available through staffing firms and provide them with the option to view employment opportunities by state.

Currently, Job Links lists more than 140 employers. The inclusion of temporary and placement firms in the Job Links program will increase the options and range of opportunities available to users. In order to participate in the program staffing services must maintain their own…

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