GOVERNMENT JOBS AND HOW TO GET THEM by Sterling D. Spero

GOVERNMENT JOBS AND HOW TO GET THEM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A handbook which acquaints the reader -- and the prospective applicant -- with the working of the government service. The first section lists 500 Civil Service Commission jobs, their location, the education and experience necessary, range in salary, and excludes temporary war agency positions. The second part shows how the government service is organized, the procedure of getting a job, the working conditions, physical requirements, the various federal departments, with additional information on state and municipal merit systems, veterans' preference ratings, sample applications, examination questions and answers, etc. A standard vocational handbook.

Pub Date: Aug. 22nd, 1945
Publisher: Lippincott