Map planner, digital planner and degree planner for the U.N. are among the people who will soon be able to use a map-based digital job placement service, according to a report by the Department of Transportation.
The Department of Homeland Security has already announced it will begin using the map service, which is based on an open-source mapping software called OpenStreetMap.
In addition to the U, the department is partnering with the University of Arizona to launch the National Center for Job and Career Opportunities, which will provide job seekers with information about career paths and opportunities.
In its report, titled “A Guide to Jobs in the 21st Century,” the Government Accountability Office says it was encouraged to see the department making the announcement on the same day as the National Association of Realtors’ conference in Washington, D.C.
The agency said it has a long-term plan to increase employment opportunities for people who need to advance their careers, but it also needs to keep up with the pace of technological advances and improve its job search software.
It is the first time the department has made an announcement about a job placement platform in more than 20 years, the GAO said.
It is one of the first times that the government has announced a job service, the agency said.
The report notes that the use of maps for job placement could help address the high cost of training for those looking for work.
In the next year, the cost of getting into the workforce will average $6,000, the report says.
The National Center will have an office in Washington.
It will be run by the U., and it is also working with the Department for Homeland Security and other agencies to establish a pilot project to offer job placements.