Untangling the web of federal job applications

05/31/2010 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The complex and tedious application process for federal jobs has prompted many job seekers to pay hundreds of dollars to professionals, such as Kathryn Troutman, who can help them navigate the process. "You can't figure it out without some help," says John Palguta, a former federal human resources official.

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