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The FedJobs Career Chat archive contains published articles that will help YOU, the Federal job-hunter learn more about the Federal hiring process, including: Federal Employment; Federal Occupations; Federal Resume Writing; and Federal Interview Techniques.  

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This sections contains our Federal Job Winner's Tips Series.  Five booklets that will help you find your way through the federal hiring maze: 1) How to Start Your Job Search; 2) How to Select Your Occupation; 3) How to Prepare Your Application; 4) How to Interview for Job Openings; and 5) How to Change Careers Within Government. 

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Download the Federal Job Application Forms Kit, the OF-612, SF-171, or create a Federal-Style Resume.  In addition, there are many agency related forms that may be required when applying for a Federal Job.

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This sections contains Federal forms that may be required after you've been hired by the Federal government.

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What Occupations does your college degree equate to in the Federal Government?  Can you apply under the Outstanding Scholar Program?  What Internships are available?  The resources on the following page will help you learn more about the government's hiring process.

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These links will take you directly to web-sites that have unique hiring procedures, such as the Foreign Service, the White House, and the CIA.

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