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Marine Officer: Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Selection Handbook By U.S. Marine Corps
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This document was written to provide a personal overview of each Marine Officer Military Occupational Specialty (MOS). Its primary purpose is to give Marine lieutenants an overview of officer’s... More > MOSs to assist them in deciding their preferences for MOS selection at The Basic School (TBS). The committee members were all Amphibious Warfare Students (AWC-00), Marine captains, with one or two tours experience, and five to eight years in service. Please note: much of the information in this handbook must be taken “with a grain of salt”. Although the facts have been checked for accuracy, much of the information contained herein is opinion formed from these officers’ personal experiences.< Less
U.S. Army Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Guide By Department of the Army
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This manual provides guidance on Noncommissioned Officer professional development programs for each of the Army’s military occupational specialties. It applies to the active ARMY, the Army... More > National Guard/Army National Guard of the UnitedStates, and the U.S. Army.< Less
How to Get a Job in the Federal Government By American Government
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With more than 1.7 million jobs and over 400 occupational specialties (excluding postal service and military workers), the Federal Government offers more choices than any other single employer in the... More > United States. Whatever your interest and back-ground,you can probably find a Government career to match. People get jobs in the Federal Government in the same way that they get most jobs in the private sector: by finding openings and submitting a resume or application. But searching for a Federal job can be more complicated than other job searches. That’s because of regulations designed to keep the hiring process fair. Job titles are standardized. Resumes are more detailed. And job qualifications are more specific.< Less