Job Choices 2012 - Business - (Page 20)
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Work for America
hat do you want to be? Veterinarian? Accountant? Law enforcement ofﬁcer? Policy analyst? Agronomist? Cyber security specialist? Do you want a career with lots of room to grow? With the ability to have a big impact on America and the world around us? Do it through public service. Do it as a federal worker. We have two million jobs: Almost anything you can imagine, you can do as a federal worker. Join the work force that sent humankind to the moon, won the Cold War, created the Internet, and cracked the genome. Now it’s your turn. Today, federal government employees are researching cures for cancer and ﬁghting infectious diseases, facing down terrorists and cybercriminals, caring for veterans as part of one of the largest integrated healthcare systems in the world, helping farmers be more productive, helping build the cities of the future, and much more. You can do any of these things, and a million others. If you have the right skills and you’re willing to work hard, we want you in the federal work force. Pay and beneﬁts are competitive, the work is important, and job satisfaction is high. Apply today at USAJOBS.gov!
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Job Choices for Business & Liberal Arts Students: 2012
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Job Choices 2012 - Business
Job Choices 2012 - Business
Opportunities by Employers/Website Index
Playing Fair: Your Rights and Responsibilities As a Job Seeker
Starting a Successful Job Search
Strategies for Succeeding in a Competitive Job Market
The Networking Challenge
Making Career Fairs Work for You
10 Tips for Using Social Media in Your Job Search
USAJOBS Work for America
From Student to Professional
The Art of Writing Job-Search Letters
Write the Right Resume for the Job You’re Seeking
A New Tool: QR Codes
Your Online Presence and Your Job Search
The Online Application
Secrets to Interview Success
Ready for a Webcam Interview?
Interviewing Tips and Types
How Good Are Your Interviewing Skills?
The Critical First Year on the Job
Applying Your Two-Year Degree to a Four-Year Program
Going on to Grad School
Job Choices 2012 - Business