April 2, 2012
U.K. AIDS Charity to Help Unemployed People With HIV
The Terrence Higgins Trust, a U.K.–based HIV charity, is inviting HIV-positive people who are long-term unemployed to apply for its “Back to Work” program, PinkPaper.com reports. The initiative will give applicants the chance to undertake a six-month work placement with the charity, developing skills and experience that will make it easier for them to find paid employment. About 25 percent of people with HIV in the United Kingdom are currently unemployed.
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