Do all government jobs require you to be bilingual and have a bachelor's degree?

Do all government jobs in the United States and Canada require you to be bilingual and hold a university degree? Wouldn't a janitor working in a government agency be considered a government job too? Please give me some examples of government jobs ranging from entry level or very low levels up to middle range. Thanks.

Asked By: chocolate_cat - 1/8/2008
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The government jobs below the minimum wage do not require a degree.
Answered By: Owen Newitt's duck - 1/8/2008
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Don' think so!
Answered By: i - 1/8/2008
Check the job listings for county, state, and federal openings. They usually give you a salary range and job requirements. Government jobs requiring the least education and best paying are the elected positions (I think it shows). Good Luck.
Answered By: blueiron511 - 1/9/2008
Not sure what agencies you are referring to. I see jobs with the IRS that post jobs for bi-lingual customer service reps and the government jobs in Puerto Rico look for bilingual employees. As far as having a degree, most entry level positions do not require education, normally GS-4 and below. It is possible for get a... More
Answered By: mudslide_23511 - 1/9/2008
Federal government jobs in Canada may require you to be bilingual depending on the part of the country you are working in. Many jobs may require a university degree, but not all of them do.
Answered By: badger123ca - 1/11/2008
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