If you are a recent college graduate, would YOU elect to work for civil service, the private sector,
or to work independently? Why? Why not?
It depends upon the person. I have take the exam on civil service and waiting for results. If there is an opportunity on government agencies and has a good salary then why not? Though there are much better opportunities on private companies.
If one is a business, science, computer, mathematics, medical, engineering, and technical major, it is BEST that one works in private industry where the money and promotional opportunities are better. AVOID civil service if one has the stated majors!
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by bulldogrocks6 years ago
I am a former U.S Marine that served during Sept 11, 2001. I feel that kids today have it easy and should get a taste of what real civil service work is like. I think this country would be better off making...
by IDONO4 years ago
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by Christopher Floyd7 years ago
Does anyone have any suggestions on passing the civil service exam?I want to know what the test was like, what to study, things like that. Thanks for your help.
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