7 HOT TIPS FOR GETTING PROMOTED IN THE GOVERNMENT

FACT:  The average federal grade level is GS-12.  The Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) FY 2013 profile of full time, permanent federal civilian non-postal employees showed the average annual salary to be approximately $79,000.   The Reality: Opportunities for promotion in government are plentiful, but it takes a strategy to develop your skills and prepare…

Congratulations! You’ve Gotten Your Degree – Have You Considered A Federal Job?

The government is hiring New Grads and Interns! Many college students list the US government as one of their top targeted employers. Read about the Best Places to Work in Government. The New Graduate Federal Resume is much different than the typical two-page private sector resume.  Recent graduates need to learn about how to expand…

How to Write an Information Technology Federal Resume

The job outlook for Information Technology (IT) professionals has never been better. Almost any jobs forecast you consult will show high growth in multiple IT-related fields. Some of the top disciplines noted in key career sites include: Software Developer, Computer Systems Analyst, Information Security Analyst, Web Developer, IT Manager, and IT Project Manager. Take a…

How to Write an Accounting, Budget, or Auditing Federal Resume

Insights and tips for ensuring your resume is on target!  Job opportunities for financial professionals are abundant in the federal government. Why? Because financial professionals are essential to the operations of virtually every government agency. A recent search of the USA Jobs website for an Accounting (0510) position, one of many positions in the 0500…