The Workforce Placement Educational Facilities handle the education and ultimate job placement of residents in the State.
To ensure all citizens are making a maximum contribution to society, the State assigns jobs based on ability rather than interest. Education is centered around finding these strengths and concludes with a work placement exam which is taken on an individual's twenty-first birthday.
The exam, which dictates which job sector an individual will work in, is taken at W. P. Headquarters for citizens residing in the Heart or at the W. P. Centers located in the other eight cities of the State.
Failure to register for or pass the exam results in a one-year sentence at the State's Detention centers in Zone 7. Upon release, the citizen in question is placed into one of the lowest ranking jobs, regardless of what sector they were projected to enter during their formative years of education.