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I too get confused by the app process. I know that the local SS ofc is expanding and a position there would work out for me and I believe for the office, so would like to sort out soon the process.
Has anyone ever applied to any of these jobs? I get confused on all the requirements.
Everything happens for a reason!
Another tip from Kim Komando ( www.Komando.com/ )
Forget about the classifieds. When you're looking for a job, the Internet is likely the first place you turn.
That's because employers focus on the Internet when it comes to recruiting.
The first sites most job hunters visit are Monster and CareerBuilder. These sites list hundreds of thousands of jobs.
But they may not be your best bet. Many of the jobs are entry-level or low-paying. And there are millions of job seekers on the site clamoring for the same positions.
You're better off to focus on specialized job sites. You'll face more qualified competition. But you're much more likely to find your dream job.
USAJOBS is the federal government's official job site. You'll find listings in a wide range of categories.
Now, you may be shocked to learn that the site only has about 30,000 listings. But, focus on quality, not quantity. If you want to work for the government, this should be your first stop!
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