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Government Interviews - Preparation And Experience Are Key, Answering The “why” Question, Exhibit Realistic Expectations, Interview Logistics

The competition for government jobs is stiff. Although the work done in different government agencies varies greatly, there are two common denominators when it comes to getting a government position. First, it requires more thorough research and preparation; second, with a few exceptions, most government positions require prior work experience or relevant skills. Keep this in mind as you contemplate your career options in the government and prepare for your interviews.

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