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Quiz Series: What's Your Government Specialty?

Quiz Series: What's Your Government Specialty?

Kyle Stone | Associate Editor, GovCentral

You’re interested in a career in Government work – but did you ever stop to think about what type of work, specifically, you are interested in doing? The field of Government work represents a multitude of career paths – would you prefer to be an Engineer for the Navy, designing ships and submarines, or an aerospace technologist for NASA? A chemist for the Food and Drug Administration, or a physical therapist for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs? A CIA investigator, or an employee of local or state government?

You should make the most of your career by choosing a specialization that matches your personality. GovCentral has compiled a set of comprehensive mini-quizzes to help our members discover where their true passion for government work is the strongest. Jump in and find your niche!

NEW AND IMPROVED QUIZ: Which Federal Jobs Are Right for You?

1. NASA | Aerospace Engineer

2. Special Agent

3. Biologist | Scientist

4. Health and Medical Professional

5. Government Human Resources Professional

6. Staffing and Recruiting

7. Economist

8. Postal Service Worker


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  • Bald-eagle-head_max50

    McConnell

    almost 6 years ago

    354 comments

    I'll continue to update this page with more quizzes, and more functionality. IRmediator, good suggestions! I'll try to get a real flow-path established which is able to suggest other professions to users.

  • Photo_user_blank_big

    erdmier

    almost 6 years ago

    28 comments

    Depending upon the memory space left avaliable in your brain and what ever type of ethical logistics of knowledge that person possesses.Incremental Ambient knowledge would apply as well when it comes to these type of agencies of compliances and diversity.I would say for that individual the best advise would be to know your former fellow who you are affilliated with and know your maxium potential of your clerical skills.Thu's it would conclude the type of field you would most likely be proficient among working for.

  • Shannon_lacey_us_army_oct_1992_max50

    IRmediator

    almost 6 years ago

    22 comments

    This is a good idea. Perhaps through answering, career fields and interests can be narrowed by re-directing one automatically to other occupations? I would first start off with basic aptitude and education type questions. Good job though.

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