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January 18, 1941

Government Services

JAMA. 1941;116(3):243. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820030065021

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Abstract

Occupational Therapy and Recreational Aides Needed  The U. S. Civil Service Commission announces that it is accepting applications for the positions of occupational therapy aides and recreational aides. There are two grades of occupational therapy aide, full grade at $1,800 and junior grade at $1,620 a year. Applicants must have had fourteen units of high school study; otherwise they must pass a written general test. All applicants will be rated on their education and experience as shown in their applications and in corroborative evidence. They must not have passed their forty-fifth birthday, but this age limit does not apply to veterans granted veteran preference, up to retirement age. Applications must be on file with the commission's Washington office not later than February 10 if received from states east of Colorado and February 13 if received from Colorado and states westward. Further information may be obtained from the secretary of the

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