Job opportunities with the United States Federal Government are available all over the country in a wide range of career fields. The application and hiring process is different than a traditional job search. These resources will help you learn where to find listings and how to apply.
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- The USAJOBS Resource Center offers tips on how to write a federal resume and answer relevant position questions.
- The Resume Place helps students and recent graduates find and apply for federal jobs.
- Federal Employment of People with Disabilities provides information and resources for federal employment candidates with a disability.
Exploring and Researching Opportunities
- Pathways is an initiative streamlining the federal job search for students and recent graduates.
- Federal Jobs by College Major assists in choosing a career by your major field of study.
- Federal Occupation Groups classifies jobs in terms of subject matter, level of difficulty and responsibility, and qualifications.
- USA.gov is the official portal to all federal, state and local government resources and services and lists all U.S. Government Departments and Agencies.
- The Partnership for Public Service works to make the government an employer of choice for talented, dedicated Americans through educational outreach, research, legislative advocacy, and hands-on partnerships with agencies on workforce management issues.
- Where the Jobs Are lists the mission critical hiring needs for the federal government.
- Making the difference assists with the search and federal government application process including tips on how to use USAJobs and information on Security Clearances.
Federal Job Listings
Resources for Veterans
- FedsHireVets assists veterans, transitioning service members and family members in the federal government job search.
- Vet Success aids veterans and their families in transiting from military to civilian life at work, on campus, at home and in the community.
- G.I. Jobs provides job opportunities, education, and transition assistance for military veterans.
- Job Central enables veterans to identify career opportunities based on their military experience.
- The Employer Partnership allows veterans to use their military training and experience for civilian career opportunities with national, regional and local employers.