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The Student's Federal Career Guide: 10 Steps to Find and Win Top Government Jobs and Internships(Book+CD)

Kathryn K. Troutman, Emily K. Troutman

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ISBN 10: 0964702568 / ISBN 13: 9780964702561
Editorial: Resume Place, 2004
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Título: The Student's Federal Career Guide: 10 Steps...

Editorial: Resume Place

Año de publicación: 2004

Condición del libro: Very Good

Edición: Pap/Cdr.

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Sinopsis:

Introduction to Student's Federal Career Guide

Why go Federal?

If you’re reading this book, you are probably aware that the private industry job market is a jungle. This is especially true for recent graduates—today, college graduates are more likely than high school dropouts to be unemployed. Having a college degree no longer ensures that you will have the job of your dreams after graduation. In fact, in today’s competitive job market you may find yourself in competition with those who have multiple advanced degrees or 5 to 10 years of job experience!

Your choice to pursue a job in government is a smart move. The United States federal government is the largest employer in the U.S. The government employs 2.6 million people in jobs that range from biology to art restoration to law enforcement. In addition, the average federal employee is over 46 years of age, and two of every five are eligible now to retire. Agencies are scrambling to find a new, younger workforce ...YOU!

Work in the federal government is often more financially rewarding than work in private industry. The average entry level starting salary in government is $26,000 to $37,000 per year. The government may also offer full benefits: including comprehensive health insurance, 401K with matching funds, 10 paid holidays annually, plus 13 days paid vacation to start! Agencies also have the discretion to pay you a signing bonus or pay your student loan debt. In addition, the federal government often offers more workplace flexibility than corporate America. All of these factors add up to a great opportunity for a successful and rewarding career opportunity for you.

From the Publisher:

Top 10 Features of this book:

- 10 easy Steps—start-to-finish advice to go from the classroom to a new job - Describes how the government is structured and the complex hiring process - "Find Your Federal Job" chart—matches the best jobs for each college major - Explains special programs and job opportunities for college graduates - Provides paper and electronic examples of federal resumes and applications - Complete list of federal internships with web addresses - How to apply online with automated resume systems! Tips and techniques! - Insider information: Quotes and tips from Federal Student Recruiters - Real Student perspective: Easy to read, nuts and bolts advice - Information about why the federal government is a great employer

Features of the CD ROM:

Hotlinks to Federal Agencies and Internships 13 Case Studies of Students and Recent Graduates. Includes:

federal job search strategy vacancy announcements federal resumes electronic resumes KSAs cover letter

Samples are in Microsoft Word and are easy to use as a template for federal resume writing composition

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