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Six Common Myths of Federal Job Seeking

Here is an informative article federal job seeking by Barbara Reinhold, Monster Contributing Writer

According to the Office of Personnel Management, in the next 10 years, 60 percent of federal workers will be retiring. There is plenty of opportunity, but job seekers need to remember that the process for landing a job with the federal government is radically different than what they may be used to in the private sector.

We've compiled six common myths job seekers believe when going for that government job, based on calls and emails to the USAJOBS customer support team and feedback from federal recruiters.

Click here for the entire article with the six myths .