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Moving and Transitioning into Government Guide

Moving and Transitioning into Government Guide

Currin Berdine | GovCentral

With this down economy, many people are leaving the corporate world behind to pursue jobs in government. There is also a new generation of students graduating from college and graduate schools across the country, looking to D.C. and their local capitol buildings for employment opportunities.

Researching, applying to, and working in government jobs isn’t quite the same process as in in the private sector. GovCentral is here to help clear up the confusion, and give you a easy-to-understand primer for moving or transitioning into this exciting and growing workforce.

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Getting Hired as a First Timer
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2009 Transition Guide: Getting Hired Under Obama
The Best Entry Level Government Jobs
The Ultimate Guide to the GS Pay Scale
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Government Career Profiles



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    kondolojy

    over 5 years ago

    16 comments

    The four cornerstones of character of Federal Government employees, Initiative, Imagination, Individuality, and Independence

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    JRoss

    almost 6 years ago

    36 comments

    Good information for someone moving into government as it isn't always intuitive

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