TSA Turmoil Will Create Thousands of New Jobs for Well-Prepared Candidates

CNN Money reports that TSA is on a hiring blitz! Thousands of Americans will soon be hired into well-paying federal government jobs with excellent benefits. You CAN begin your federal career at TSA and grow your government career from this position, which is in demand, right now.
These jobs come with medical, dental, vision and life insurance, retirement savings plans, paid federal holidays, and more. Veterans’ preference applies.
In the USAJOBS application, candidates must give a detailed employment history in reverse chronological order, including accomplishments. “It’s critical to provide every bit of information that’s requested and follow instructions to the letter” …

Where The Federal Jobs Are – Department of State

Federal Agency Series Part 11:   What You Should Know About The Department Of State
The State Department’s Civil Service employees are located in the U.S. (primarily in D.C., but also other offices across the country), while its Foreign Service employees travel through assignments (generally rotational) abroad.
The State Department was ranked 3rd (tied with the Department of Justice) among 19 large federal agencies in the Partnership for Public Service’s 2015 edition of “The Best Places to Work in the Federal Government.”
The State Department’s workforce consists of both Civil Service and Foreign Service employees. Application and selection processes vary accordingly.

Where the Federal Jobs Are – Department of Commerce

Federal Agency Series Part 10:  What You Should Know About the Department of Commerce
Current Vacancies: There are currently 117 Department of Commerce General Schedule (GS) vacancies for civilian positions posted in USAJOBS for “U.S. Citizens.” Many are between the GS-7 and GS-15 levels. Occupations with the most current vacancies are:
  • IT Specialists
  • Management and Program Analysts (Job series 0343)
  • Engineers
  • Scientists
  • Economists
  • Contract Specialists
  • Patent Examiners
  • Statisticians and Survey Statisticians