How easy/hard to find an entry level GOV job?

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bluewin888

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How easy/hard to find an entry level GOV job?

Postby bluewin888 » Mon Sep 25, 2017 5:09 pm

What age/experience/background they look for? Will it be 9 to 5 jobs?


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Re: How easy/hard to find an entry level GOV job?

Postby Tony48 » Sun Dec 03, 2017 7:48 pm

I found my entry-level position here: https://jobs.myflorida.com/ (Florida). Other states have similar websites. Here's another one that lists jobs for different states: https://www.governmentjobs.com/

As far as experience goes, it's entry-level, so, I don't think they're looking for someone with a ton of experience. I do think I had a leg up on the competition because I had already taken and passed the bar when I was interviewed, and a lot of these jobs are contingent on being licensed within a year of being hired.

Age? I don't think there's any age requirements (unless you're still a minor or something, lol).

I never found any luck with USAJobs because I could never find anything in my jurisdiction, and when I did, it was well-beyond my experience level.

edit: just realized that this thread is like from forever ago



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