Step 4: The Hard Part: Start Writing*

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vet-start-writingThis is the hard part – the actual writing of your federal resume. Using the sample federal resume begin with your dates, bases/posts, job titles, duties and accomplishments.

Your federal resume is your ENTIRE application, so your Work Experience, Education, Training, Certifications and Awards must be presented to match the announcement and with details for the federal human resources specialist.

  • Copy and paste your information from your old resumes and from your evaluation forms, training forms, and other documents that you can find.
  • Write information that you can remember about your jobs. Please be confident and detailed about your duties and projects. This federal resume is GOING TO GET YOU A NEW JOB!!!

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ALMOST FINISHED, MOVING TO STEP 5:  “Edit, Finalize, and Apply for Jobs



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