Quick link to 273,000 mission-critical employment opportunities

Meant to assist a wide-ranging target market of people looking for work, policy creators and agency management, Where the Jobs Are identifies nearly 273,000 mission-critical employment opportunities which will be available in the us government from October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2012.

Top Areas Where the US Government is Hiring

  • Medical and Public Health
  • Security and Protection
  • Compliance and Enforcement
  • Legal
  • Administrative/Program Management

Here is where you can go for a more detailed breakdown of exactly hiring projections in each area.

The job opportunities include many professions, are in cities all over the US and abroad, and have recently been described by the government agencies as essential to performing their service to the American people.

This specific employment survey, carried out by the Partnership for Public Service with support from Aon and Monster Government Solutions, includes 35 federal agencies employing at least 1,000 full-time, permanent employees. Every one of the survey participants with the exception of the Government Accountability Office, a congressional organization, is in the executive branch.

In order to better advise potential job seekers regarding available opportunities, Where the Jobs Are summarizes the occupational categories where hiring will take place, identifies the employing agencies, and projects how many jobs that needs to be filled in every classification.

Additionally, each agency is profiled with details on its mission, staff demographics, hiring priorities and selection plans, work and retention bonuses. The particular “For Job Seekers” section also gives basic details and resources to assist prospective candidates seek out federal government careers.

The study may also be incredibly helpful to agencies, supplying supervisors with a wide-ranging viewpoint on government-wide hiring requirements in addition to appropriate details which will improve their own workforce planning for mission-critical careers.

More to the point, the questionnaire provides an opportunity for agencies with comparable hiring needs to pool their particular resources and come together in the recruitment, intake and education of new employees.

The official job search site for working for the US Government is USAJobs. USAJOBS is the Federal Government’s official one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information.

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