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Department of the Treasury: Federal Jobs Overview

The Department of the Treasury is the primary federal agency responsible for the economic and financial prosperity and security of the United States, and as such is responsible for a wide range of activities including advising the President on economic and financial issues, promoting the President’s growth agenda, and enhancing corporate governance in financial institutions.

In the international arena, the Department of the Treasury works with other federal agencies, the governments of other nations, and the International Financial Institutions (IFIs) to encourage economic growth, raise standards of living, and predict and prevent, to the extent possible, economic and financial crises.


Number of Employees


101,146


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Career Fields

Accounting and Budget
Legal
Information Technology
Administration / Program Management
Government and Policy


Future Hiring Projections (FY 2007-09)


13,892


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Top Five Occupations

Tax Examiner (4,600)
Contact Representative (3,725)
Internal Revenue Agent (3,350)
Information Technology Specialist (930)
Attorney (427)


Current Vacancies


Click here for a current list of Treasury Department vacancies.


Source


Partnership for Public Service, Where the Jobs Are: Mission Critical Opportunities for America, 2007.


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