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Government Intro

As one of the principal employers in the nation, government jobs can accommodate just about anyone with all sorts of interests or backgrounds, from high-profile federal positions to local public service jobs.

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How Federal Jobs are Filled

Many Federal agencies fill their jobs like private industry by allowing applicants to contact the agency directly for job information and application processing.

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A Guide to Federal Employment Benefits

Here's a quick guide to employment benefits you may be eligible for as a federal employee.

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Learn about the USDA

U.S. Department of Agriculture is hiring. The projected entry-level hires for 2006: 3,000.

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Are too Many Political Candidates Campaigning in "The Cave"?

Is negative political advertising harmful or helpful in getting political candidates elected today? This article examines some of the moral highground politicans give up if they sink too low in attacking their opponents. It uses Plato's Analogy of the Cave and suggests how voters can take an active roll in demanding more intelligent and civil messages from those seeking public office.

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What is the CIA?

You may have heard of the CIA but are you familiar with the history of the CIA?

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Career Profile: City Manager

It is the responsibility of a city manager to prepare the annual budget, plan for future growth of the city and its surroundings, and to see that the city laws and ordinances are enforced.

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What is the Dept. of the Interior?

Wondering just what the Dept of the Interior (DOI) is all about? Find out!

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Department of the Interior History

If you're considering a job at the Dept. of Interior (DOI) take a moment to brush up on the agency history using this timeline.

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Department of the Interior Quick Facts

Want to know what's cool? How about the Department of the Interior. Here are some quick facts about the DOI.

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DOI Initiatives

Sure, the DOI doesn't sound cool, but check out what they oversee and you might think differently.

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DOI University Intern Programs

DOI University's Intern Programs provide a planned, systematic, competency-based approach to developing future leaders, at all levels, for the Department of the Interior and other federal government agencies.

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What are the values at the DOI?

If you're interested in working at the Department of the Interior you can check out their stated values and principles here.

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Employer Profile: Central Intelligence Agency

Interested in the CIA? Learn more about the background and history of this agency now.

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Federal Careers Present Unique Opportunities

The benefits of a public sector job are numerous: for starters, government entities tend to be fairly stable. An agency does not go out of business because a new agency moves in across the street with discount prices.

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Federal Student Internship Programs

The Federal Government is interested in finding people from diverse backgrounds who have the skills needed to meet its future employment needs.

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Alternate Routes in Government

If you decide that a career in politics isn't for you, there is no need to fear that your options will be limited. Politics is all about relating to people, and knowing how to distill and disseminate information to the masses - skills that can take you almost anywhere you want to go. Here are the paths that politicians most commonly take when they leave the field.

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Government- Industry Culture

The U.S. government operates on many levels, including the federal, state, and local divisions. While many jobs seem centered on glamorous Capitol Hill, the majority, in fact, are at state and local bureaucracies. Employees have diverse educational backgrounds, so there is something for just about everyone.

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Tools of the Trade- Government

Looking for the inside scoop on government? Check out these resources to get started now.

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How to Finance Your College Education Through the Military

There are numerous ways the military can fund your college education.

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IRS Careers: Law Enforcement

Investigate financial crimes! Law Enforcement is an exciting career path within the IRS.

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IRS Careers: Opportunities in Research, Analysis

With an IRS career, the possibilities are endless. Just check out the career paths for Research within the IRS.

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IRS: Careers: Hot Jobs

Interested in critical positions in federal agencies? Here are 13 Vital Jobs within the IRS.

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Making History in Iraq

Tobin Bradley- Political Advisor for the Coalition Provisional Authority U.S. Department of State

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The Benefits of Working for the Government

There are tons of benefits of working for the US Government. Check them out.

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What to Do After Your Term is Up

Most politicians don't retire immediately upon leaving office. Here are the paths they sometimes take.

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Defining Moments from the CDC

Watch as Heather Gay from Eastern Illinois University interviews Glenn Nowak, Chief of Media Relations at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 
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Blasting the Myths about Government Jobs

When first starting out in government jobs, many insiders had concerns about the field they were entering. After discussing these issues with several insiders and career counselors, we asked them about the most common misconceptions and expectations in government and how the actual job compared.

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Government- Emerging Trends

Due to recent economic instability, job growth in the US government is expected to lag behind that of other industries during the next decade, and a focus on homeland security will begin to take effect.

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Government Agency Information Gateway

Doing your research? Here's a one-stop shop for information on government agencies with student employment opportunities.

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Government Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships provide an individual the opportunity to learn and obtain qualifications in a specified trade or craft.

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Government Career Exploration Tools

Explore your career opportunities with these tools and quizzes.

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Government Cooperative Programs

Students can serve their nation while receiving experience for future employment opportunities.

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Government Fellowship Programs

Fellowships provide an individual the opportunity to serve in an ideal setting for advanced subspecialty training.

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Government Grant Programs

Grants provide funds to an individual, a group of individuals, or an organization, usually for a specific project.

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Government offers a variety of intern programs

Internships provide an individual with a monitored or supervised work or service experience where the individual has intentional learning goals and reflects actively on what he or she is learning throughout the experience.

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Government Scholarship Programs

Scholarships provide funds to an individual who has demonstrated high academic achievement and the desire to further their education in a field of study.

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IRS Careers: Administrative and Clerical

The IRS offers a variety of opportunities for all kinds of professionals ? whether you're seeking a full-time career or a seasonal job.

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IRS Careers: Attorney, Office of Chief Counsel

With the Internal Revenue Service as its client and 1,500 attorneys on staff, the Office of Chief Counsel is the preeminent employer for tax attorneys in the country.

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IRS Careers: Executive

The IRS offers a variety of opportunities for all kinds of professionals ? whether you?re seeking a full-time career or a seasonal job, consider the Executive level.

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IRS Careers: HR

Human Resources are an important career area within government organizations like the IRS.

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IRS Careers: Seasonal and Temp

Seasonal and Temporary positions are available within the IRS.

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IRS Careers: Tax Law Specialist

An entry-level position that opens possibilities. It's true. You can enter the IRS as a Tax Law Specialist.

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Opportunities for Government Majors

Sure, as a government major, your research, writing, and critical thinking abilities can land you a great internship in government, but don't overlook your other options- you have lots to choose from.

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Today's CIA: Not Just About Spies

CIA's main job is to keep top US officials aware of key intelligence issues. To do this is a very involved process.

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What's the Job Outlook in Government?

Due to recent economic instability, job growth in the US government is expected to lag behind that of other industries during the next decade, and a focus on homeland security will begin to take effect.

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Working with the Dept. of Homeland Security

The Depart. of Homeland Security has unique career opportunities that will challenge your mind and reward your skills and talents.

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