Computerized Job Bank for Handicapped Installed by L.A.

A computerized job bank for the disabled has been installed within the Los Angeles Mayor's Office of the Handicapped.

The new system, paid for by state and city funds, will identify job vacancies and match them with disabled people seeking employment.

Jeff Keith, who lost a leg to cancer but still completed a cross-country run at Marina del Rey on Monday, joined Mayor Tom Bradley at Tuesday's press conference to introduce the new system.

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