150 Best Federal Jobs

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JIST Publishing, Sep 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 440 pages
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This new book helps you target your federal job search at the most promising occupations. Study the 55 “best federal jobs” lists, which are organized by pay, growth, openings, gender, education and experience levels, personality type, federal occupational group, and more. The 150 thorough federal job descriptions provide information on education, licensure, and skills required; federal earnings, growth, and openings; earnings, growth, and openings outside the federal government for comparison; considerations for job outlook; details on the job's GS series (government's system for categorizing jobs); work environment; and more. Learn how federal jobs are filled, how to search and apply for a federal job, and where the jobs are located.

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Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., has 30 years in the career information field, presents and blogs on jobs, and is the author of many career books, including 50 Best Jobs for Your Personality. After a career teaching writing at several colleges, he helped Educational Testing Service develop the SIGI PLUS computer-based career information system. Working as a consultant, Laurence developed the Career Oasis system for a university in Saudi Arabia. As a leading occupational expert, Dr. Shatkin is in-demand by the media. He shares his knowledge and insights on national news programs, in online articles, and in major print publications.

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