|19-15||Administrative Service Officer||Management, Business, and Information Services Division|
|19-18||Administrative Assistant||Budget Analysis Division|
|19-17||Communications Intern||Office of the Director|
|19-16||Assistant Analyst for Health Analysis||Budget Analysis Division|
|19-14||Assistant General Counsel||Office of the Director|
|19-13||Graphics Editor||Management, Business, and Information Services Division|
|19-10||Analyst - Natural and Physical Resources Cost Estimates Unit||Budget Analysis Division|
|19-09||Tax Economist||Tax Analysis Division|
|19-08||Health Economist||Health, Retirement, and Long-Term Analysis Division|
|19-07||Economist (Market Design)||Financial Analysis Division|
|19-05||Labor Economist||Microeconomic Studies Division|
|19-04||Drupal Developer||Office of the Director|
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