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Federal Jobs in Idaho

The mountains surrounding Albion, Idaho (pictured above) are among the state's premier natural landscapes. The majority of Idaho's federal workforce is charged with protecting the state's natural treasures.

Idaho is known for its wide open spaces and low population density. Consequently, most federal employees in the state are charged with administering and protecting the state’s natural resources. The two largest federal employers in the state are the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management, which employ 4,000 and 1,500 federal workers respectively.

Population: 1.5 million

Federal Workforce: 10,300

Largest Federal Departments / Agencies (number of employees in parentheses): Department of Agriculture (4,018), Department of the Interior (2,492), Department of Defense (1,383), Department of Veterans Affairs (888).

As of March 1st, 2009 there are 61 Government and Policy jobs in Idaho listed on GovCentral’s job search engine (powered by USAJobs.) Check them out here.

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