As reported by Lisa Colangelo of the NY Daily News, New York City released a list of city exams that it plans to give over the next 12 months. These exams are for jobs ranging from a police officer and school safety to case workers, statistician and plasterers.
Civil service is great opportunity for job seeker, but test takers need to keep in mind that taking or even passing an exam does not guarantee a job. New York City is also making it easier to take the exams by offering a number of tests at the Department of Citywide Administrative Services Computerized Testing Centers. The exam fee ranges from $40 and higher and applicants must have a bachelor’s degree.
For more information regarding the upcoming exams, please got to www.nyc.gov/dcas