Jobseeker’s Guide: Ten Steps to a Federal Job for Military Personnel and Spouses, 7th Ed

Land a Federal Job with the Successful
Outline Format Federal Resume

Looking for a stable job with the federal government?
Transitioning military, veterans, Wounded Warriors, and family members can begin their search with this book.

Learn how to write a correct Outline Format Federal Resume and navigate the USAJOBS system with the Ten Steps to a Federal Job® method.

    STEP 1: Review the Federal Job Process
    STEP 2: Network – Who Do You Know?
    STEP 3: Research Vacancy Announcements on USAJOBS
    STEP 4: Analyze Your Core Competencies
    STEP 5: Analyze Vacancy Announcements for Keywords
    STEP 6: Write Your Outline Format and Paper Format Federal Resumes
    STEP 7: KSAs, Accomplishments, and Questionnaires
    STEP 8: Apply for Jobs with USAJOBS
    STEP 9: Track & Follow Up on Your Applications
    STEP 10: Interview for a Federal Job

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Kathryn Troutman is the leading expert in federal resume writing. President of The Resume Place® and createor of the Certified Federal Job Search Trainer® program, Kathryn frequently teaches military personnel and military transition professionals about federal job search strategies and specializes in writing military to federal resumes and spouse career change resumes.

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This book is used at more than 150 military bases worldwide to teach Kathryn Troutman's highly acclaimed Ten Steps to a Federal Job to military personnel and family members. This title is recognized as the leading guide on the topic for 100,000 military spouses worldwide

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