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July 20, 1935

Government Services

JAMA. 1935;105(3):209. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760290043019

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Civil Service Commissions  The U. S. Civil Service Commission announces open competitive examinations for the positions of medical, associate and assistant medical officers, the applications to be on file with the commission not later than July 29. To be eligible, applicants must qualify in at least one of the following optional branches and must state in their applications the branch or branches desired: cardiology; cancer diagnosis and treatment; eye, ear, nose and throat; urology; internal medicine and diagnosis; neuropsychiatry; pathology and bacteriology; roentgenology; surgery (general or orthopedic); tuberculosis; venereal disease (clinical or public health), and general practice (associate grade only). For medical officer, the salary will be $3,800 a year; for associate medical officer, $3,200 a year, and assistant medical officer, $2,600 a year. These salaries are subject to a deduction of 3.5 per cent toward a retirement annuity. Further deductions are also provided for, depending on the service. Competitors

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