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Greetings, super friends! I was recently notified that I am the hiring committee's first choice for a government position I applied for a few months ago. They still have to get final approval, but they were updating me on the process and making sure I was still available.
I am VERY excited...especially because I've been unemployed for two months after getting laid off from my part-time 12 dollars per hour job, and this is a GS12 position in Washington DC (75k, not including my housing allowance for pursuing my master's degree with the post-9/11 GI Bill).
So, needless to say, I'm definitely taking the job (assuming the approvals all get...approved). But I'm curious if anyone can give me tips on being a federal employee. I'm ex-military, so I guess I'm looking for comparisons and contrasts to that, mostly. How the GS pay scale works, benefits, vacation, whatever. Thanks for any guidance you can provide!
tl;dr ...REALLY? It's only three short paragraphs!