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    Federal Jobs for Economics Majors

    Economics majors learn about economic theory, economic systems such as capitalism, and mathematical methods. They use their knowledge to analyze how limited resources are made, traded, and used (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for economics majors. Actuaries Budget Analysts Contract Specialists Economists Financial Analysts Financial Institution Examiners Loan Specialists Trade Specialists Transportation Industrial Analysts GAO Evaluators ...
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    Federal Jobs for Dietics and Nutrition Majors

    Dietetics majors study human nutrition and other sciences in preparation for designing and managing nutrition programs in hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and other settings. Topics of study include diet design, food preparation, client education, and the links between diet and health. (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for dietics and nutrition majors. Dietitians Food Technologists Nutritionists _Return ...
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    Why MBA Graduates Should Consider Government Work

    Why MBA Graduates Should Consider Government Work
    If you're like most people who pursue a master of business administration (MBA) degree, your overriding motivation is almost certainly not a future career with the federal government. Indeed, according to a March 2006 study by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), just 1.4 percent of the more than 6,100 MBA students surveyed said they planned to pursue government jobs after ...
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    When to Look for Government Internships

    When to Look for Government Internships
    The month of April is the time when we hopefully can let go of blustery winter weather as we celebrate spring's entrance. A lesser-known fact about April is that it's a prime time for college graduates to look into government internships. However, before considering this option, know that you'll need to meet some basic requirements. First, you should already have your ...
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    How Uncle Sam is Reaching Out to Recent Grads

    How Uncle Sam is Reaching Out to Recent Grads
    On May 1, 2006, the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which oversees the federal government's civilian workforce, unveiled a series of four television advertisements that speak directly to college students and recent grads, ages 20 to 24. The idea: To tell students and recent graduates around the country that rewarding careers await them in the federal government. The federal government ...
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    Federal Jobs for Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement Majors

    Students in criminal justice explore every aspect of crime, the law, and the justice system. Law enforcement administration majors learn how to manage and direct police departments, sheriff’s departments, and other law enforcement agencies and institutions (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for criminal justice / law enforcement majors. [widget:various_federal_jobs_guides] Border Patrol Agents Criminal Investigators Game Law ...
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    Federal Jobs for Counseling Majors

    Students in this major learn how to provide psychological counseling to people one-on-one and in groups. Courses include such topics as patient/counselor relationships, group therapy, child and adolescent therapy, and marital and family therapy (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for counseling majors. Chaplains Educ. and Vocational Training Specialists Personnel Specialists Psychologists Psychology Aids and ...
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    Federal Jobs for Corrections Majors

    Corrections majors study prison life. While most prepare for careers in prisons and other correctional facilities, others go on to graduate school and become scholars who conduct research in the field (source: collegeboard.com). Correctional Institution Administrators Correctional Officers Program Analysts _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._
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    Federal Jobs for Computer Science Majors

    Computer science majors learn about computer systems and the way humans and computers interact from a scientific perspective. Instruction includes the theory and design of hardware and software (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for computer science majors. Computer Science Specialists Computer Specialists Program Managers Management Analysts Computer Programmers _Return to Find Federal Jobs for ...
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    Federal Jobs for Communications Majors

    Communication and rhetoric majors study and practice the exchange of messages in all their variety. Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for communications majors. [widget:various_federal_jobs_guides] Telecommunications Managers Communications Specialists Public Affairs Specialists Technical Writers and Editors Writers and Editors Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page.
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    Federal Jobs for Chemistry Majors

    Chemistry majors use math, theory, and experimentation to study matter (physical substance). They look at what it’s made of and how it behaves, down to the atomic level (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for chemistry majors. Chemical Engineers Chemists Consumer Safety Officers Environmental Engineers Food Technologists Health Physicists Intelligence Specialists Toxicologists GAO Evaluators _Return ...
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    Federal Jobs for Cartography Majors

    Cartography majors learn how to make maps. They study math, computer, and other techniques, including the interpretation of aerial photographs and remote-sensing data (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for cartography majors. Cartographers Cartographic Technicians Geodetic Technicians _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._
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    Want to Work Abroad? Join the Foreign Service

    Want to Work Abroad? Join the Foreign Service
    Does the idea of working abroad in a US embassy appeal to you? You might be a political officer, analyzing current affairs and reporting relevant happenings back to the US. You could analyze commercial and trade policy and help to ease market restrictions for US goods abroad. Or you could be a human resources or financial officer in Namibia, Panama or ...
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    Federal Jobs for Business Majors

    Business majors study the buying, selling, and producing of goods, as well as business organization and accounting. They learn how to use the basic principles and techniques of business in a variety of workplaces (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that would be appropriate for business majors. [widget:various_federal_jobs_guides] Budget Analysts Business and Industry Specialist Commissary Store Managers Import ...
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    Federal Jobs for Botany Majors

    Botany majors study not only plants but also one-celled organisms related to plants and the environments and ecosystems in which plants live (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that would be appropriate for botany majors. Agronomists Botanists Forestry Technicians Geneticists Horticulturists Plant Pathologists Plant Physiologists Plant Protection and Quarantine Specialists Range Conservationists _Return to Find Federal Jobs for ...
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    Federal Jobs for Biology Majors

    Students of biology undertake a general program in which they study living organisms and the systems and processes that permit life. Courses include subjects like cell biology, evolutionary biology, marine biology, and plant biology (collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for biology majors. General Biological Scientists Entomologists Fishery Biologists Microbiologists Range Conservationists Wildlife Biologists Zoologists GAO ...
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    Federal Jobs for Aviation Majors

    Aviation management and operations majors learn the business and management skills they’ll need to run the complex activities of the aviation industry (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for aviation majors Air Safety Investigators Air Traffic Controllers Aircraft Operators Aviation Safety Inspectors Air Navigators Aircrew Technicians _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._ ...
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    Federal Jobs for Astronomy Majors

    Astronomy students study space, the history and future of the universe, and the objects within, such as planets, stars, and galaxies. Subjects of study include the evolution of stars, how the stars and planets move through space, chemistry, and advanced math (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for astronomy majors. Astronomers Space Scientists Geodesists _Return ...
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    Federal Jobs for Arts Majors (Fine and Applied)

    General arts majors study art history and try their hands at a variety of visual arts, such as photography and painting (collegboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for arts majors. Arts Specialists Audio-Visual Production Specialists Recreation and Creative Arts Therapists Exhibits Specialists General Arts and Information Specialists Illustrators Photographers Visual Information Specialists _Return to Find Federal ...
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    Federal Jobs for Architecture Majors

    Students of architecture prepare to become professional architects. Classes cover such topics as architectural theory, design, and history; drafting; and project and site planning (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal positions that are appropriate for architecture majors. Architects Construction Analysts Construction Control Inspectors Landscape Architects Naval Architects Program Analysts _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._ ...
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