Government Job Application Tips

by fred 10. August 2010

Even today, the federal government keeps hiring specifically because government work never stops for as long as there are people to serve. Nevertheless, you will see that government jobs are very competitive by virtue of the nature of public work. These tips should help you reach your goals in a fast, easy and convenient manner.
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How to apply to government jobs

by fred 19. August 2009
Applying to government jobs is pretty easy. Instead of having to check each agency's website, just go to USAJobs.com, which is the officilal Federal employment site. Use their job search to find openings that match your profile and area. Make sure, you match the job's requirements, which are usually listed under Qualifications and Evaluations....View Full Post...

Your Documented Evaluations.

by carlos 23. December 2008

Being in the Military gives you a head start over your civilian competitors, your documented evaluations. Each evaluation should have a description of your duties and the number of people you were responsible for supervising.

It should also contain performance-based results. You can use these evaluations to sell yourself...

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How to Write an Effective KSA Statement

by carlos 25. June 2008

Applying for a Federal Government job is completely different than applying for any other type of job. When a Federal job opening is posted, they may require applicants to submit a narrative statement known as a KSA in addition to, or in lieu of, a traditional resume. KSA stands...

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Recession Proof Career Advice

by carlos 29. January 2008

 With the concern over the economy and possible employment woes, (please note that the employment picture  looks very strong), There are many whom are looking for answers.

"What should I do if lay-offs occur?"
"What should I do if I can see "the writing on the wall?"
"Should I get out my Resume...

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Veterans, We Salute You

by carlos 8. November 2007

To all the brave men and...

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Tips on Military to Civilian Resume Writing

by carlos 19. October 2007

Tip number 1.
Remember that you are sending your resume to Busy people. They don't have a lot of time to spend reading your resume. Make it short and sweet and make sure you get their attention quickly. Tip number 2.


If you can see your way clear to do so, I strongly recommend that you get your resume professionally written....

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