The question about jobs misses the more important point: all of this is nonsense. For instance, in the summary they say:
Job selection on the basis of certain desirable genetic characteristics is already common in the military and sports.
No, it's not. Job selection based on presented traits is common in the military and sports (e.g. small jockeys, tall basketball players, etc.), not based on genetic characteristics. Sure, there are genetics behind those traits, but no one is using them directly to make decisions.
Here is an idea... find a kid that tests genetically well for the traits you are seeking, let's say height and other physical traits for basketball as our example... Maybe in China.
Now, you haven't used genetic information in a hiring decision, merely as the basis for a real future option and/or exclusivity.
There, no laws broken.