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Exploring Work with the Federal Government Click here to see a comprehensive list of Federal Agencies Partnership for Public Service on Facebook 2009 Best Places to Work Report - search by Work/Life Balance, Family Friendly Culture & Benefits, Training and Development, or Pay and Benefits, among others. Where the Jobs Are - projected hires by occupational field and agency Career Interest Guide - Includes questionnaire to gauge interest in tasks, then links areas of interest to specific areas of government work Job Interest Matching - Identifies jobs that may be a good fit based upon an evaluation of your skills and interests Federal Agencies and What They Do Federal Agencies with Student Employment Opportunities Find Federal Jobs by Undergraduate Major or Discipline (The EI23 Form) Why a Federal Job is a Terrific Deal - An article from Jobweb.com Federal Employers Can Help Graduates Pay Student Loans http://www.opm.gov/oca/pay/studentloan www.govloop.com  – a social networking site of government people. www.google.com/unclesam  – find out about what federal agencies are in specific locations that interest you http://www.fedscope.opm.gov - federal employment data, by agency, location, job, etc.   "How to Ride the Federal Hiring Wave" - 2009 article by the Washington Post The blue pages of a phone book is a low tech but effective way to get contact information on federal agencies in an geographic area.