Despite what one hears in the media this year, the Federal Government will hire and promote over 500, 000 people throughout the U.S. and overseas at salary levels from $18, 340 to $115, 700. Salary levels are comparable to the private sector by law, but benefits and job security can be much higher. This book tells how to join and move up in the workforce of America's #1 employer. - What the jobs are: Descriptions of over 2, 000 Federal occupations -- white and blue collar. Official salary tables for Federal occupations and grades - Where the jobs are: Guide to Federal Agencies showing occupations hired and in what numbers; Addresses and phone numbers of hundreds of Federal hiring offices; Geographic code listing for Federal employment including figures by area - How to get the jobs: Active vacancy announcements and competition notices; Official Federal application forms, including step-by-step guidance for completing them. Complete glossary of Federal terms and hiring practicesThe Complete Guide to Finding a Job with the Federal Government Federal Jobs Digest, Federal Jobs Digest Staff ... trainee experience in accounting or auditing in a work-study CUfflCUlUm. ... The occupational specialties covered by this examination are Accountant, classified in the GS-510 senos. and Auditor, classified in tho GS-511 series. ... and work experience and who meet the 24 semester-hour accounting coursework requirement. may use accounting technician work to meetanbsp;...
|Title||:||Working for Your Uncle|
|Author||:||Federal Jobs Digest, Federal Jobs Digest Staff|