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    Inspector

    Job Description Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers ensure that your food will not make you sick, that your car will run properly, and that your pants will not split the first time you wear them. These workers monitor or audit quality standards for virtually all manufactured products, including foods, textiles, clothing, glassware, motor vehicles, electronic components, computers, and structural steel. ...
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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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    Human Resources Manager

    Job Description The new global focus in government programs has created new career opportunities for job seekers interested in the human resources field. A human resources manager forms labor policy, oversees industrial labor relations, negotiates collective bargaining agreements, and coordinates grievance procedures to handle complaints resulting from management disputes with unionized employees. Human resource managers also collaborate with other managers and ...
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    Government Administrator

    Job Description The Federal Government’s essential duties include defending the United States from foreign aggression and terrorism, representing U.S. interests abroad, enforcing laws and regulations, and administering domestic programs and agencies. They also play a role in everything from weather forecasts, fresh groceries, highway and air travel, to even the workings at your bank. Federal Government employees play a vital role ...
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    Engineer

    Job Description Engineers apply the principles of science and mathematics to develop economical solutions to technical problems, linking between perceived social needs and commercial applications. They develop new products by precisely specifying the need; brainstorming a design; planning and creating the design; and improving for overall effectiveness, cost, reliability, and safety. This process applies to developing products, such as chemicals, computers, ...
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    Biological Scientist

    Job Description Biological scientists study living organisms and their relationship to their environment, researching problems dealing with life processes and living organisms. Most specialize in some area of biology, such as zoology or microbiology. Those who conduct research usually work in laboratories and use electron microscopes, thermal cyclers, and a variety of other equipment. Some conduct experiments using laboratory animals or ...
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    IT Manager

    Job Description Computer and information systems managers direct the work of systems analysts, computer programmers, support specialists, and other computer-related workers. These managers plan and coordinate installation and upgrading of hardware and software, programming and systems design, development of computer networks, and implementation of Internet and intranet sites. They’re increasingly involved with the upkeep, maintenance, and security of networks. They analyze ...
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    Economic Analyst

    Job Description Economists study how society distributes scarce resources, such as land, labor, raw materials, and machinery, to produce goods and services. They conduct research, collect and analyze data, monitor economic trends, and develop forecasts. They research issues such as energy costs, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates, business cycles, taxes, or employment levels. Economists devise methods and procedures for obtaining the ...
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    Computer Scientist

    Job Description Computer scientists apply knowledge of computers and information technology to complex problems and the creation or application of new technology. Computer scientists specialize in database management and administration, network systems and data communications, programming, and system design. Job tasks and occupational titles used to describe these workers evolve rapidly and continually, reflecting new areas of specialization or changes in ...
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