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Use GovCentral to Improve Your Job Searching

Use GovCentral to Improve Your Job Searching

Kyle Stone | GovCentral Editor
















Career Resources
While searching for jobs, you’ll probably have questions about what to do next. Once you find a job you like, what’s the best way to apply? Should you attend a job fair? What will your pay scale level be? Do you need security clearance?

Our Government Career Tips page attempts to provide answers to the aforementioned questions, and many more.

We’ve got dozens of helpful articles to help you at every stage of your career journey – from job shadowing and internships to finding a job with an advanced degree. Browse through this section to find the most useful tips to help you put together a killer resume, ace your interview, negotiate your salary, and deal with other steps in the job search process.

If you’re just getting started with your search for government jobs, our exclusive Ten Steps to Getting a Government Job guide is highly recommended.


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    kefurr

    about 4 years ago

    136 comments

    I WOULD SAY YES

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    Garymiller1957

    almost 5 years ago

    244 comments

    I'll look into education resources as well. Improving your job searching was very informative. Thank You

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    Garymiller1957

    almost 5 years ago

    244 comments

    Quizzes are great just found a few days ago been shareing with my friends

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    Garymiller1957

    almost 5 years ago

    244 comments

    Good information will start using employer review

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    Garymiller1957

    almost 5 years ago

    244 comments

    This is good information. I did'nt know about network connections that I could find people in the job field with common insterest. A chance to talk to an HR and hiring staff. Thank You

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    naharper3474

    almost 5 years ago

    4 comments

    I am 35 years old and actively looking for work in the Tampa, Florida area. I spent three years in the Army ( active duty ) and now in the reserves total about 7 years. I'm trying to get in to the Department of Corrections and I feel like I am running in circles with the websites and can't find any way to apply on line. Driving me crazy! I've even tried to contact corrections recruiters and have had no success with that. If anyone can help it would be very much appreciated.

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    malcolm

    about 5 years ago

    2 comments

    I am a 55 year old african american male with over 30 year experience in the workplace.
    I have 1 Bachelor's degree (B.S., Ed.), and 3 Master's Degrees (M.Ed., Counseling
    Psy., Th.M with a speciality in theology; M.A. in Philosophy.

    I am looking for a job, either in education or some other related field. If anyone knows
    where I can find a good paying job, my email is Victory767@aol.com

    My wife and I would like to relocate to the east coast next year.

    Thanks
    D.C.

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    Account Removed

    about 5 years ago

    how can i get back in the game, when ive been away for sooo long?
    I have a lot of college education but no long employment history. I have a clean background record, drivers record, no arrests, attending college with A's and B's. But not one offer.
    All i see is bilingual everywere, i am an english speaking law abiding, educated citizen, but i swear i am having the hardest time, with getting my foot in the door.

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    MajZippy

    about 5 years ago

    6 comments

    Helpfull, wish I had looked 6 months ago!

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    Account Removed

    about 5 years ago

    Great information for people new to looking for government work! Thanks for making my life easier in helping a friend!

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    sirrich21165

    over 5 years ago

    502 comments

    Awesome! Very informative and useful.

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