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Posted May 13, 2010 | Leave a comment
Good news! Changes to the federal job application process
If you have ever attempted to apply for a federal job, you would probably agree with me when I say the process was unpleasant at best! It can take hours to fill out all the requested sections of the applications, answer the Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs) sections and then hit submit, never to be seen or heard from again.
Thankfully, that is about to change! The most significant and positive change is that you will now be able to submit a résumé and cover letter instead of answering lengthy essay-style questions. The new application process must be implemented by Nov. 1. Additional specifics outlining President Obama's ruling are:
If you have ruled out appling for federal jobs because of the length of time it takes to complete an application or because of the lack of communication after you apply, maybe now it is time to reconsider and try again. To find and apply for federal jobs, go to www.usajobs.com
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