Individuals can find a list of available jobs in Junior Achievement (JA) BizTown on the "Student Job Manuals" section of the JA BizTown section of the JA website. The JA BizTown program is designed to teach students financial literacy and business skills. Jobs are available in several simulated businesses, including a bank, city hall, lab, delivery center, construction company, news station, environmental agency, graphics shop, radio station, restaurant, realty office, wellness center and television station, among others, shows the JA website.
Some sample job options available for students include working as a sales manager, director, biologist, food management, chief executive officer, package handler, project designer, property appraiser, mayor, architect, editor, bank teller, customer service worker, screen printing engineer or construction manager, notes the JA website. Individuals can click a job title to view detailed information on what each role involves.