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    Growing Federal Jobs: Education

    Growing Federal Jobs: Education
    Employment of preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and secondary school teachers is projected to grow as fast as average jobs in the US. Job prospects are expected to be favorable, with particularly good prospects for teachers in high-demand fields like math, science, and bilingual education, or in less desirable urban or rural school districts. The employment of school teachers is expected to ...
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    Recruiting for the Cyber Wars

    Recruiting for the Cyber Wars
    The U.S. military is looking for a few good geeks. "This building will be attacked 3 million times today," announces the commentator as the Pentagon appears on an ad available on the popular video site YouTube. "Who is going to protect it? Meet Staff Sergeant Lee Jones, Air Force Cyber Command, a member of America's only cyber command protecting us from ...
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    Profiles of Popular Government Employers

    Profiles of Popular Government Employers
    Want an exciting career in government? Then you have to check out these articles on some of the most popular and interesting fields - from creating peace on Earth to exploring other planets - there is something for you. In each article, you'll find out more about the organization, employment opportunities as well as the criteria they use to choose their ...
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    National Security Education Program

    National Security Education Program
    Interested in studying abroad? ...Serving your Country? The National Security Education Program (NSEP) was created to strengthen our nation's economic competitiveness and enhance international cooperation in areas affecting the United States. The NSEP produces an exceptional pool of applicants for work in Federal departments and agencies. BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The NSEP awards scholarships and fellowships through an annual competition of college ...
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    NOAA Pacific & Atlantic Fleet

    NOAA Pacific & Atlantic Fleet
    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE PACIFIC & ATLANTIC FLEET Department of Commerce (DOC), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office of Marine and Aviation Operations (OMAO), offers excellent career opportunities for civilians in the Pacific and Atlantic Fleet. Vessels operated by NOAA's Office of Marine and Aviation Operations (OMAO) are based in Seattle, WA; Norfolk, VA; Woodshole, MA; Charleston, SC; Pascagoula, MS; ...
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    OPM Launches FedsHireVets.Gov

    OPM Launches FedsHireVets.Gov
    Washington, DC - Today, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced the official launch of FedsHireVets.gov, a critical component of President Obama's Veterans Employment Initiative. This website will help ensure Veterans, transitioning military service members, their families, HR professionals, and hiring managers receive accurate and consistent information regarding Veterans employment in the Executive Branch. John Berry, Director of OPM, stated "FedsHireVets.gov ...
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    Make the Most of Your First Job

    Make the Most of Your First Job
    As you step into your first postgrad work experience, there are a lot of things you need to know that your textbooks didn't teach you over the past four years. Here is what you should be gleaning from your first adventure in the world of work. *Your First Job Is Not Your Destiny* Your first job in no way predicts where ...
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    How Are Federal Job Searches Different?

    How Are Federal Job Searches Different?
    Monster members are always posting questions on our Gov't/Public Service Careers message board about how searching for a government job is different from a private sector job search. Here, the Federal Career Coach answers some of your most popular questions. What should I expect to be different when searching for a federal job? When you start, search for all jobs, because ...
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    Growing Federal Jobs: Aerospace

    Growing Federal Jobs: Aerospace
    Hundreds of government-funded American companies, along with NASA and other federal agencies, are in serious need of quality Aerospace and Defense Sector workers. Government aerospace workers often work collaboratively with major sectors of the aerospace industry, including commercial air, space exploration, national defense, and research and development. U.S. aerospace employment currently totals over a million professionals working in good-paying jobs. With ...
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    Growing Federal Jobs: Advanced Manufacturing

    Growing Federal Jobs: Advanced Manufacturing
    Government jobs in manufacturing encourage creativity and analytical thinking. Ideas can be tested and implemented almost immediately, and the inspiration a single person brings to the job could spawn the newest development in government technology. For this reason, those who want a career that is meaningful, exciting and rewarding, should consider advanced manufacturing. Whether your interest lies in production, engineering or ...
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    Best Employers for Workers Over 50

    Best Employers for Workers Over 50
    Did you know that by 2016, one-third (33.5 percent) of the total US workforce will be age 50 or older? In the government sector, this statistic is actually even higher; in fact, 44 percent of the current Government workforce will be eligible for retirement within the next five years. The AARP's 'Best Employers for Workers Over 50' is an annual program ...
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    Use Keywords to Land a Department of Defense Job

    Use Keywords to Land a Department of Defense Job
    Having trouble getting your resume noticed by Department of Defense (DoD) agencies? You're not alone. For more than eight months, John Rosen submitted more than 60 online resumes to the Navy, Air Force and Army. He was sure he was qualified, but he was never referred to the supervisors for an interview. h3. The problem? Rosen was not using the right ...
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    Top 20 Requested Items at the Department of Labor

    Top 20 Requested Items at the Department of Labor
    All sorts of people use the Department of Labor (DOL) Web site. Here is a list of pages that workers, students, employers, and our other customers are going to most frequently. -Occupational Outlook Handbook -Consumer Price Index (Statistics) -Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment and Unemployment Data -State Minimum Wage Laws [widget:10_steps_to_a_government_job] -Compliance Assistance: Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) -Find It ...
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    Make Your Job Search as Effective as Possible

    Make Your Job Search as Effective as Possible
    If you have recently joined the not-so-exclusive club of the unemployed, you may want to yell, scream, cry or all of the above. Not only have you been hit emotionally, but your wallet becomes your main concern. The impact is even greater if you are head of a household. But don't be embarrassed. Here are some ways to help you achieve ...
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    NASA Astronauts

    NASA Astronauts
    So You Want To Be An Astronaut... NASA ASTRONAUTS Alan Shepherd, John Glenn, Jr., and Sally Ride are names that conjure up images of bravery and adventure. As astronauts, they are part of a select group who probably have some of the most recognizable names in our country. When the space program began in 1959, NASA asked the U.S. Military services ...
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    Job Search Lessons from the Presidential Campaign

    Job Search Lessons from the Presidential Campaign
    Being president of the United States is the toughest job in the world, and running for president is the second toughest. Current and former candidates like Hillary Clinton, John McCain and Barack Obama spend years gearing up for this ultimate job competition. As a job hunter, you can learn from both their successes and gaffes. Here are five lessons right from ...
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    10 Things I Learned From My Layoff

    10 Things I Learned From My Layoff
    I didn’t think it would happen to me. As a news producer for a television network, I reported on unemployment numbers daily. I was detached. Analytical. Objective. Then one day, without any prior warning, I was out of a job, and the subject of someone else’s news story. It’s not that I thought I was immune, or somehow above it ...
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    8 Do's and Don'ts to Landing a Temporary Job

    8 Do's and Don'ts to Landing a Temporary Job
    If you’re a highly qualified professional who has been unemployed for a while, you may eventually have to find a “Plan B” job to pay your bills until the job market improves and you can return to your preferred type of work. There’s no shame in that, but landing a temporary survival job can be harder than you think -- there ...
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    Help Wanted: Finding a Government Job While Avoiding Scams

    Help Wanted: Finding a Government Job While Avoiding Scams
    HELP WANTED ... FINDING A JOB I saw an ad in the newspaper for jobs in corporate finance. I faxed my resume to the 800-number listed and got a call from a woman who said her company works with businesses to find employees to fill their positions. She said the service would cost me $495, but the fee was fully ...
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    Job Fairs: Fast Track to Federal Careers

    Job Fairs: Fast Track to Federal Careers
    If you’re in a rush to get hired (and what job seeker isn’t?), attend federal job fairs. Why? Because many federal employers recruit at job fairs via fast-track hiring procedures, which may even include on-the-spot offers. What’s more, many of the jobs and internships that are filled at job fairs are never advertised anywhere else. Federal employers frequently participate in several ...
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