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A Decent Job: Key to Housing, Funds & Dignity

Posted on April 29, 2016 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

But How Do You Land One?

A decent job is the key to decent housing, financial stability and dignity. But finding a job can be tough, particularly for the most vulnerable. Young people entering the workforce, those aging out of foster care, immigrants, persons with disabilities and the long-term unemployed have a particularly hard time finding work. 

Catholic Charities helps job seekers develop concrete skills. We offer employment training and placement programs geared for specific needs. 

Our services also include classes to pass TASC (formerly GED) exams, master English and develop job skills. And we help develop the experience and confidence needed to hold a job and maintain independence.

Catholic Charities and our affiliated agencies offer a slew of option.

So if you or someone you know is looking for a decent job and dignity, click here.