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Government JOBSearch Guide to find out:

  • How do I find a  government job?

  • Which jobs are advertised? 

  • Which agencies pay more? 

  • Why should I visit a government website? 

  • Where do I find test locations and test dates?

  • Which key words do I use on my application?

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Federal Government Jobs

Link to or search for Federal government jobs at all major government agencies.  Here are more government job resources:



Best kept Federal job secret!  Why pay a private service?  USAJOBS from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management is the official site for federal jobs and employment information.  USAJOBS provides worldwide job vacancy information that is updated each day from a database of more than 17,000 worldwide job opportunities:

  • Apply for many positions online or submit a resume online. 

  • Register your job search, you will be automatically notified by email of new job listings posted to the USAJOBS web site meeting your search criteria. Emails will have a direct link to the vacancy's information.

  • Complete resume builder service - submit a resume online for many positions or you can print them for mailing. 

  • Find jobs that are best suited for you based on your interests, investigate jobs that include tasks you like to do, explore specific jobs.

  • Federal agencies feature hard-to-fill positions here.

Federal Government pay schedules

Federal jobs by region and by state.

Military Career Guide Online gives you details on 152 enlisted and officer occupations and the civilian counterpart for every applicable military occupation. This site describes training, advancement, and educational opportunities within each of the major Services.


Office of Personnel Management Electronic Forms


Guide to Federal Resumes

Find & analyze job announcements, writing federal resumes, and package resumes to meet both Federal and vacancy announcement criteria

"most federal agencies will accept a resume as an application now, instead of the lengthy SF-171" 

"Include as many key words as possible in the Duties & Responsibilities section of the announcement."

"The Evaluation Criteria are called: "KSAs" (Knowledges, Skills and Abilities). . . . These KSAs are mandatory"



Department of Agriculture
     Agricultural Marketing Service
     Food Safety and Inspection Service
     Forest Service

Department of Commerce
      Economics & Statistics Administration (includes Census)
     International Trade Administration
     Office of the Inspector General
     National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
     Patent and Trademark Office
     Student Employment

Department of Defense
     Air Force
     Marine Corps

Department of Education

Department of Energy

Department of Health & Human Services
     Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
     Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
     Administration for Children and Families
     Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
     Health Care Financing Administration
     Health Resources and Services Administration
     Indian Health Service
     National Institute of Health
     Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Department of Housing and Urban Development

Department of the Interior
     Bureau of Indian Affairs
     Bureau of Reclamation
     Fish and Wildlife Service
     Geological Survey
     National Park Service
     Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Excavation

Department of Justice
     Border Patrol
     Drug Enforcement Agency
     Federal Bureau of Investigation
     US Marshals Service

Department of Labor
     Bureau of Labor Services

Department of State
Student and Internship Opportunities

Department of Transportation
     Coast Guard
     Federal Aviation Administration

Department of the Treasury
     Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
     Bureau of Engraving and Printing
     Customs Service
     Internal Revenue Service
     Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
     Office of Thrift Supervision
     Secret Service          
     U.S. Mint
     Veteran Affairs

Independent Agencies
     Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
     Commodity Futures Trading Commission
     Consumer Product Safety Commission
     Environmental Protection Agency
     Farm Credit Administration
     Federal Communications Commission
     Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
     Federal Election Commission
     Federal Emergency Management Agency
     Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
     Federal Maritime Commission
     Federal Reserve Bank
     Federal Trade Commission
     General Services Administration
     National Archives and Records Administration
     National Credit Union Administration
     National Endowment for the Arts
     National Science Foundation
     National Transportation Safety Board
     Nuclear Regulatory Commission
     Peace Corps
     Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
     Postal Rate Commission
     Railroad Retirement Board
     Securities and Exchange Commission
     Social Security Administration
     Tennessee Valley Authority
     U.S. Agency for International Development
     U.S. Postal Service

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