English translation: job placement/employment matters.
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Explanation: 'job centre' is of course an exclusively British concept and therefore the best term for the British reader. To render the concept in a way clear to all, I'd go for 'unemployment office':
Job Centre/ Unemployment Office: government office providing a service to both job seekers and employers on all job placement/employment matters/ providing a job placement service to both employers and job seekers.
Thanks to all who contributed - they were all quite similar responses but as I have to choose one answer, I've gone with this one because I used both 'employment matters' and 'job placement' in different parts of the text. 3 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer