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My friend has negligent vehicular assault... he got into a drunk driving accident and had a friend in the car... his friend was sober and she was the dummy that got into a car with a dumb person who w...
4 answers - Asked By: why so serious? - 8/3/2009
I was interested in obtaining a federal gov. attorney position. I am just six months out of law school and have been working at a state gov. job since i got out. i have decent law school credentials...
2 answers - Asked By: LawDude - 5/24/2007
Is it a bad sign if the hiring agency doesn't give you an interview? I only scored 75 out of 100 for this job, so I'm not that qualified. I'm laid off, so I'm desperate for a Federal job. All the othe...
1 answers - Asked By: rocktexas1 - 7/27/2008
I'm 19 years old and whenever I get the money together I'm going to get a 2 year degree in either Criminal Justice, or Pre-Law. Then I'll transfer and do one or the other maybe unless theirs a better...
5 answers - Asked By: Guitarguy6 - 1/2/2011
4 answers - Asked By: Roy J - 8/28/2008
I've applied for a job with the Federal Reserve. I know the job is very competitive; however, I’m very qualified for the job both through my professional work experience and my education degrees. I ha...
2 answers - Asked By: progress - 7/17/2007
How is it like working for one of the federal govt. agencies (NIH)? How is the work like? What is the first year like? Are the jobs boring? What are the future prospects for fed jobs and after you hav...
2 answers - Asked By: Sam B - 1/20/2010
I applied for a federal job the other day with my updated resume. However I have been reading online that federal resumes are differ ent than regular resumes. I was thinking of updating my resume to t...
2 answers - Asked By: Me - 10/26/2010
Does the Transporation Security Administration adhere to the same hiring rules as any other federal government job? Or do they have different guidelines (besides needing a certain number of males/fem...
3 answers - Asked By: Deb - 6/5/2007
I am 33 yrs old with 14 and a half years of civil service, and I really hate my job. I have wanted to resign for the past couple of years, but my husband and I agreed that it would be best to wait un...
6 answers - Asked By: That Girl - 5/14/2008
7 answers - Asked By: SelfLove - 12/5/2006
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I am a 1st generation American, who has a BA , a high GPA, work experience, a non profit internship under my belt, and great references.....and I really really really would like to work for the Federa...
3 answers - Asked By: - 12/21/2012
I work for the federal government and I hate it. People keep saying I should'n't quit because federal jobs are hard to come by and because the benefits are good. I've never worked in the private sec...
9 answers - Asked By: iloveakatlanta - 1/22/2008
I have been applying via the web a lot, but never got a reponse back for an interview for the past many many years even for the much lower pay, less qualified positions. Have you ever experienced this...
5 answers - Asked By: hueimo - 11/27/2007
All right guys, I am a fed employee, been working for 6 months now(entry level) in IT field.The problem is most of the days there is nothing to do, as its very slow here(I heard thats not surprising f...
2 answers - Asked By: nite a - 11/23/2011
I am a fed employee on 1 yr probation, got 6 more months left.what are the formalities for resigning, should I have to give 2 week notice?are they gona tell me to leave right away if i resign?how abou...
1 answers - Asked By: nite a - 11/23/2011
I held a position with the federal government. During this time it was standard that I was to serve a one year probationary period. The position was in a customer service call site. During the first q...
3 answers - Asked By: John08 - 7/13/2008
In 2008 , I was arrested for sale of alchohol to a minor at grocery store. I received a misdeamor A on my record. Then, it was reduce to Deferred adjudication . This is the only crime i have ever com...
5 answers - Asked By: - 7/29/2012
What services are out there, jobs, and availability for veteran military to switch into a Federal Job position. What training are you expected to have ahead of time, and what can I work on now to pre...
2 answers - Asked By: - 5/24/2011
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