How could a high school history teacher get a job with the federal government?

I currently teach US Government and Politics at a high school where I have been for 4 years and would like to make the jump to a federal government job. What steps would I need to take to do this and what jobs within the federal government would I qualify for? I have a master of arts degree and feel like I would like to advance my career and increase my earnings.

Asked By: - 3/7/2012
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Your difficulty would not be in qualifying. There are numerous jobs for which you would qualify. Your master's degree can be substituted for specialized experience at the GS-9 level, so you could apply for many GS-7 or GS-9 jobs and meet minimum qualifications. The problem is that if you are not a veteran, you will... More
Answered By: FaithE - 3/7/2012
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go back to school to get a political science degree first off...then just work your way up from city council then mayor and etc
Answered By: Sgfrw Fwe - 3/7/2012
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