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  • Approaching the Job Hunting and Interview Process for Government Positions

    Kimberly Lindsey, PhD and Alice S. Boone, MPH
    Career Paths
    Government Research
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    Approaching the Job Hunting and Interview Process for Government Positions Training Services Division Office of Workforce and Career Development Centers for Disease Control and Development Note: The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Searching and applying for positions among the many federal government agencies can be overwhelming for those who have had limited or no exposure to the workings of government. Fortunately, abundant resources are available to guide an applicant through the process. Searching for Opportunities The most comprehensive source for federal government employment opportunities is the USAJobs Internet site at http://www.usajobs.gov/. USAJobs is the official employment site of the U.S. Federal Government and lists thousands of openings. Potential applicants can search for vacancies on the basis of multiple ...