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30 Fastest Hiring Federal Agencies of 2009

30 Fastest Hiring Federal Agencies of 2009

Kyle Stone | Editor

Federal agencies fill job openings like the private industry: most agencies are responsible for their own hiring actions, and often deploy “hiring sprees” in order to fill a large number of essential positions rapidly.

Important tip for federal job seekers: keep on track of the agencies that hire the most, and what positions they are hiring for. Since the federal government keeps track of the job vacancies at each agency, we can give you an accurate picture of where the most job openings are.

Below are the top thirty agencies for federal jobs early in 2009:

1) Air Force Personnel Center

Job Postings: 35,975

Job Descriptions: Pharmacy Technician, Intelligence Specialist, Dental Assistant, Medical Technician, Attorney

2) Navy Field Offices

Job Postings: 11,098

Job Descriptions: Safety and Occupational Health Specialist, Nuclear Engineer, Welding Engineer, <a href=“http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/jobsearch.asp?q=Podiatrist&re=0&sort=rv&vw=d&brd=3876&ss=0&customapplicant=15513%2C15514%2C15515%2C15669%2C15523%2C15512%2C15516%2C45575&tm=&rad=&zip=&x=0&y=0” target ="_blank">Podiatrist

3) Veterans Affairs

Job Postings: 7,124

Job Descriptions: Clinical Psychologist, Contract Specialist, Health Technician

4) Veterans Health Administration

Job Postings: 4,954

Job Descriptions: Medical Supply Technician, Nurse Practitioner

5) Army Corps of Engineers

Job Postings: 4,563

Job Descriptions: Civil Engineer, Environmental Engineer, Social Scientist, Environmental Scientist, Ecologist

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