Seek Federal Government Jobs?

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Are you curious as to how to get a job working with the Federal Government? Are you seeking work and do you have a Schedule A letter? Then this article will explain to you how to get a job in the government which is very different than getting a job in free enterprise.There are several benefits to a government job which include help repaying student loans. More flexibility in regards to scheduling than a normal in addition to more generous vacation time. They also will help with paying your bills for further education. They also are very accommodating to individuals with disabilities and it is rumored that they are on a massive hiring spree in this regard.Each government job is given a grade based on education level from GS-2 to GS-15. However, once you are in the system you can apply for any job regardless of education. To find a government job look on usajobs.gov for almost all the government jobs available. For some jobs like the post office, TSA, military jobs, or spawar you’ll need to look on their official site. Some jobs like military jobs are mostly available on usajobs except for those that are renewed on a year to year basis.Schedule A is an extreme advantage in getting a government job as it enables you to apply for the position before anyone else.The Federal Resume has a special format which you must make sure to fill out carefully as any errors will give them an excuse to exclude you. A Federal Resume is more involved than a standard resume and sometimes you have to fill out a custom application for specific jobs. If you have a disability you must also fill out SF256. If you receive a request for a KSA(Careers, Skills, and Achievements) congratulations! A request for a KSA forms means you are highly considered for being hired! For more details visit your local vocational rehabilitation office or the usa jobs website!

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Janice is a writer from Chicago, IL. She created the "simple living as told by me" newsletter with more than 12,000 subscribers about Living Better and is a founder of Seekyt.