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Teresa Robinson
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3 months ago

Before your interview at #Dept of Veterans Affairs make sure to...

I would recommend that you read the job announcement for the duties and ensure that you can do the duties are listed. Also you can research through Google about working for the federal government.

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Denise Joyner
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5 months ago

I really loved working for #Dept of Human Services because...

I loved working with the public and helping ppl.

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Lori Abercrombie
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over 6 months ago

I loved my job and the people.

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Steven Winner
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over 6 months ago

The Dept of Veterans Affairs is a very poor workplace Environment. The Management do not treat the workplace workers with dignity and respect. I had an EEOC Claim for Age Discrimination, and the EEOC supported the corrupt Management who lied on their Affidavits. The EEOC was only interested in protecting the corrupt management, & did everything they could to dismiss my claim. The Dept. of Veterans Affairs I would rate with an (F-).

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Doug Moyer
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over 6 months ago

If I'm asked about working for the VA I would advise that it's extremely tough. For gosh sake: it's a government job. Loyalty and hard work are ideals that are NOT rewarded. Kiss Ass, Pay to Play and Cutthroat are the names of the game. #jobsearch #veterans #resume #wordsofadvice #healthcare

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Anthonette Dillard
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over 6 months ago

Career ladder programs for nurses and all medical positions. The shortage of Nurses, and all medical personnel magnified by current COVID-19 crisis will hopefully make these programs mandatory for both government and civilian medical systems.

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Arlene Thomas

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Jnan Bora

Multitasking opportunities are sci-fi traps for the general public. There are entities that programme victims as biotronic gadgets,create artificial syndromes of diseases & crimes and even death,without the victims knowing anything about such a conspiracy. Now general human life is damn risky. High-tech Sci-fi magic tricks can easily hoodwink public law in many countries. People will remain ignorant if viable measures are not explained in the public forum.

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Ann Lyons
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over 6 months ago

One thing I would have loved to have at #Dept.ofCommerce,USCensusBureau was

continued work :-)

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Don Elick
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over 6 months ago

What made me stay at #Dept.OfHomelandSecurity was

Great career, excellent training and exciting assignments. I retired because of my spouses' health.
I was grandfathered and could have worked until my 84th birthdays. I was on our tactical team Anti-Terrorism and Contraband Enforcement.

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marissa diaz
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over 6 months ago

I felt proud to work for #Dept.EducaciondePR when, I saw the develop of my students when they talk about their experience in my classroom during the science class and others. They love to be in my class, and enjoy them.

I wish to continue helping peoples, giving orientation in any topic.

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