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Six Common Myths of Federal Job Hunting

Six Common Myths of Federal Job Hunting

Most federal job seekers spend a majority of their time hunting for positions online, using websites such as USAJOBS.

Shannon Kelly & Dan DeMaio |

Myth 4: “I Don’t Need to Mail/Fax in Those Forms”

Federal positions often require additional documentation beyond your resume as part of the application package, including college transcripts, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA) statements, and official federal forms.

Make sure to read the job description carefully to ensure that you’re submitting all required documentation. Be sure to send in all additional materials before the closing date.Typically, additional materials must be mailed or faxed to the address or number listed in the announcement.

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