What are the types of government jobs?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Brantley Graham



What are the types of government jobs?

Pooja,

Hope you're heading to the US, although government jobs are at all levels in most countries and societies - local, county, district, state, regional, national, agency, foreign service, government. contractors, etc. As diverse, and perhaps more so, as you would find it in mainstream society. You should probably tell us what your interests and education are so that we can compare them to the type of government job that suits your abilities.

RE: "How would you reshape your system of government and laws if you had the full authority to do so?"

It's funny, but my first thought was based on the contradiction between possessing complete authority and a priority in removing the authority given to people due to the corruptible nature of the human ego.

In essence, there is not much to change, as long as the desire to manifest more perfect forms of democracy exists as a priority in all aspects of governance.

What needs to be done is to empower everyone to make meaningful contributions to public decisions made

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RE: "How would you reshape your system of government and laws if you had the full authority to do so?"

It's funny, but my first thought was based on the contradiction between possessing complete authority and a priority in removing the authority given to people due to the corruptible nature of the human ego.

In essence, there is not much to change, as long as the desire to manifest more perfect forms of democracy exists as a priority in all aspects of governance.

What needs to be done is to empower everyone to contribute significantly to the public decisions that are made that affect their lives.

We currently have an extreme deficit in many areas that support community development and education, which are critical to enhancing people's ability to govern themselves.

Our systems are reactive as a consequence of this form of myopia. If we had to prioritize self-government, that is, community development, that is, social development, that is, education; We are developing proactive systems that eliminate the causes of incidents that require extreme measures.

To readjust our priorities, the solution seems somewhat simple as a first step in the form of a tweet:

Once a person passes a certain point, there is no point in going any further. It is time to retire. Accept that you have earned whatever your ego needs to feed off of. Without a doubt, your physical needs will be taken care of because you have such resources in abundance.

His psychological state as a consequence of achieving a higher state of physical existence ultimately divorces his perspective from that of humanity as a whole. This consequence disqualifies him from any influential contribution to public discourse as a leader in any form of political agenda. You can certainly offer information in any way you want in the same way that everyone else does. You simply can no longer benefit from the available magnification by broadcasting it through your golden megaphone.

Enjoy your retirement.

To the extent that reforming the system of government itself and how its laws are created, that would also include further democratization of government.

1. Put an end to the current way of presenting priorities for consideration through lobbying and use the wisdom of the crowd to determine the best courses of action.

2. Eliminate private financing of elections. Private financing means private favors. To hell with that.

3. Delete matches. Politics is not a team sport. It is a serious discussion about the problems. The fact that we play with this competitive nonsense at all levels of society is quite disturbing.

That pretty much covers the general strokes, but before I finish this; I cannot stress enough how crucial education and a community development approach is to our future.

India's romance with the "government work lifestyle" stems from the socialist and restrictive business days of the 1960s to the 1980s. At a time when the government used to fine a factory for overproducing a product, there was not much money or peace of mind to work as an entrepreneur or as a private employee of a company.

I also would have loved a government job back then, more than anything if I was there. For the people of that generation, the idea of ​​working for the ever-so-powerful government with a constant salary at the end of the month must have been a dream and I

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India's romance with the "government work lifestyle" stems from the socialist and restrictive business days of the 1960s to the 1980s. At a time when the government used to fine a factory for overproducing a product, there was not much money or peace of mind to work as an entrepreneur or as a private employee of a company.

I also would have loved a government job back then, more than anything if I was there. For the people of that generation, the idea of ​​working for the increasingly powerful government with a constant salary at the end of the month must have been a dream and I fully recognize it. Unfortunately, this idea has been around for a while and is past its expiration date.

Money
If you compare the best of government work to the best of private jobs out there, an employee of a Top Tech company in India earns more in their first year after college than an IAS officer will earn in 5 years. In 10 years after college, the private employment employee would have earned more than an IAS would earn (legally :-) in a lifetime.

Job security.
What private jobs lack in job security, they make up for the difference with the large number of them available on the market. I'm talking about the good guys, the lowest level of jobs in the public or private sector is equally unsatisfactory.

Social impact
We Indians also tend to idealize the fact that it is necessary to be in government service to have an impact on society. That is only half the truth. The engineers who created Swiggy, Zomato, Paytm, Ola Cabs, or any of the top 10 apps on your phone, have had a far-reaching and measurable impact on the well-being of society and lifted millions of people out of poverty, increasing the productivity of the Indian population, allowed thousands of small business owners a safe and transparent method to handle money and Quora. Why miss Quora on this, the future will remember the engineers who created Quora as the first great attempt to quantify the world's knowledge in a meaningful QnA format.

It has often been easier for me to describe life as a choice between dangerous freedom and peaceful slavery. In the context of jobs, it's easier to tell which is which by reading the entire answer. In my opinion, the best thing to do in life is to know what kind of person you are and be at peace with it and then go for it.

After completing a CPA course, there is always a big question ahead. "Now what?" For a CA (Public Accountant) there are many ways to choose a profession. A certified public accountant can choose many things for his future. But basically, there are 3 types of career options for a CPA after completing CA.

  • Job
  • Practice
  • Business

If a CA chooses a career, there are several types of jobs available both in private companies and in the government. There are many government jobs available for a CA. Below are some government jobs that a CA can apply for.

  1. SSC: SSC i
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After completing a CPA course, there is always a big question ahead. "Now what?" For a CA (Public Accountant) there are many ways to choose a profession. A certified public accountant can choose many things for his future. But basically, there are 3 types of career options for a CPA after completing CA.

  • Job
  • Practice
  • Business

If a CA chooses a career, there are several types of jobs available both in private companies and in the government. There are many government jobs available for a CA. Below are some government jobs that a CA can apply for.

  1. SSC: SSC is a great recruiter and there are 8 to 9 thousand job openings on him. If you look at past SSC CGL trends, the number of vacancies is decreasing every year. Example - In 2012 there are a total of 19,000 approx. jobs available in SSC CGL, but in 2019 around 8000 approx. vacancies. It includes hiring the customs department, income tax department, excise department, GST department and many more for the position of inspector and others.
  2. Banking Specialist Officer: The Banking Specialist Officer position includes only special department positions. All banks publish vacancies for this position through the IBPS Specialist Officer category excluding SBI. SBI publishes your Specialist Officer position separately, as SBI is not part of IBPS. In this position, only holders of special titles can apply for a particular position. A CA can apply for this government position for the finance or audit section. The work of a CA in a bank includes both internal and external audits.
  3. Indian Revenue Services - This is one of the most popular positions for applicants. After IPS and IAS, candidates are mostly preferred for this position. The Tax Service of India is also known as (Bharatiya Rajasva Seva). It is the administrative revenue service of the government of India. In this position, the employees control the administrative part of the Revenue department of the Government of India. It is a job of the central government. The Revenue Secretary is the administrative head of the department and will report to the Indian Cabinet Secretary. The general command of this department rests with the Ministry of Finance. The IRS is divided into two parts: IRS (income tax) and IRS (customs and indirect taxes).
  4. ONGC (Petroleum and Natural Gas Corporation): It is the largest energy company in India. ONGC is responsible for producing oil and natural gas such as diesel, gasoline and other oils, as well as cooking gas such as LPG. Downstream companies like IOCL, BPCL, HPCL use the raw material from ONGC. A CA can apply for these government jobs.
  5. SAIL (Steel Authority of India Limited): SAIL is the largest steel company in India. He is one of the Maharatna of India. SAIL produces iron and steel in 5 different integrated plants and 3 special steel plants. These plants are mainly located in the eastern and central part of India. The Government of India owns 65% of SAIL's share capital. A CA can apply for jobs at SAIL.

A chartered accountant can apply for the open position of all government departments which includes finance and revenue. Some government positions prefer only CAs with experience and freshness.

The United States can be called the Federal Constitutional Republic.

"Constitutional": the government is governed by a set of statutes dictated by all powers. Violation of any statute is considered illegal.

“Federal”: a multilateral government that contains a central government (we call them federals or DCs) plus smaller municipal governments (called state governments). In this way, the central government has more power, but the states still exhibit a large amount, compared to a unilateral government. In this, the central government has all the power, I have no smaller entities, or they have little

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The United States can be called the Federal Constitutional Republic.

"Constitutional": the government is governed by a set of statutes dictated by all powers. Violation of any statute is considered illegal.

“Federal”: a multilateral government that contains a central government (we call them federals or DCs) plus smaller municipal governments (called state governments). In this way, the central government has more power, but the states still exhibit a large amount, compared to a unilateral government. In this, the central government has all the power, and there are no smaller entities, or they have little or no power, acting more by ceremony.

"Republic": There are elected officials to represent them in government, and there is a bureaucracy. In our case, people often elect officials.

We are not a pure democracy. Athens was a pure democracy. We do not want a pure democracy.

Why are we not a direct democracy?

  • The bill of Rights
    • and all amendments
  • Electoral College
  • Supreme Court
  • Legislative power
  • "Necessary and adequate" clause
  • and other parts of the constitution

At the beginning of the nation, the government was not a democracy at all; however, today, someone could argue that it has become a kind of limited democracy. But a democracy is led by the people (hence demo = people, cracy = government): that is, the Bill of Rights prevents the power of the people, the electoral college removes the right to vote of the people (technically), the The Supreme Court has the general power to deny the opinion of the people, the Legislative Power, although elected, is not "the people", and so on.

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Edit: look at Rysa Walker's comment to this answer. She makes a good counterargument as to why America is a representative democracy and how the above answer narrowly defines democracy.

The fear of being fired and the fear of having to work more than what you are paid makes government jobs so attractive.

Then there is the notion of power and prestige. People want power over others, they want normal people to "request" them. Even a counter operator used to have that attitude in government offices.

Parents of children in their 90s may still think that government work is the best option available. Along with sending your son to the US.

The reality is all that is changing. Jobs are outsourced to lower levels. At higher levels, responsibility is increasing. Social networks and the Internet have given

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The fear of being fired and the fear of having to work more than what you are paid makes government jobs so attractive.

Then there is the notion of power and prestige. People want power over others, they want normal people to "request" them. Even a counter operator used to have that attitude in government offices.

Parents of children in their 90s may still think that government work is the best option available. Along with sending your son to the US.

The reality is all that is changing. Jobs are outsourced to lower levels. At higher levels, responsibility is increasing. Social media and the Internet have given people a new power. The power to expose. Without a doubt IAS, IPS are still very powerful. They are like kings within the government. offices and for poor people who depend on the government to survive.

But people who pay taxes and have fairly decent incomes no longer treat government officials like royalty. Government officials are now considered service providers. However, as of now, the work-life balance for government officials remains much better than occupations.

He agreed that in a government office like the passport office, even a millionaire can run from one counter to another unnecessarily rather than having an IAS officer finish his job sitting in his office. But how long do you think this will continue? And how often do you have to go to such a government? offices anyway. Maybe once a year.

IAS, etc. Officers have a lot of power over companies that get government contracts. but that is changing very quickly. Anti-corruption measures are increasing. People who take bribes are criminals anyway. I have no respect for criminals.

Things are changing very quickly. All the glitter of government jobs will be gone very soon. Only rural places and the poor will treat government officials like royalty. People with money are slowly realizing their powers as taxpayers.

So if you are looking for work, apply for all jobs. Apply for government and private jobs. You will find the path you want to walk as you go. The only requirement is to keep an open mind and not believe everything you hear from other people, including this article;).

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The government exam that is easy to crack is:

  • SSC CGL (Personnel Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level) Exam: This exam is for all graduates who wish to work in central government departments. The written exam included three levels: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4. Each candidate must pass all levels to get a job.
  • SSC CHSL Exam - Combined Upper Secondary Level (CHSL) Exam is conducted for the recruitment of positions such as Data Entry Operators (DEO), Lower Division Clerk (LDC), Court Clerks, Postal Assistants / Sorting Assistants .
  • IBPS Bank Recruitment: Bank Jobs Are The Mo
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The government exam that is easy to crack is:

  • SSC CGL (Personnel Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level) Exam: This exam is for all graduates who wish to work in central government departments. The written exam included three levels: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4. Each candidate must pass all levels to get a job.
  • SSC CHSL Exam - Combined Upper Secondary Level (CHSL) Exam is conducted for the recruitment of positions such as Data Entry Operators (DEO), Lower Division Clerk (LDC), Court Clerks, Postal Assistants / Sorting Assistants .
  • IBPS Bank Recruitment: Banking jobs are the most lucrative job today. You can easily decipher a banking exam based on your preferences. The IBPS conducts the PO (Probationary Officer), SO (Specialist Officer), RRB (Regional Rural Bank) and Secretary exam separately.
  • Railroad Recruitment Board (RRB) - Another government department is Railways, which gives you a lucrative career. The RRB conducts three different exams viz. Assistant Locomotive Pilot (ALP), Junior Engineer / Senior Section Engineer (JE / SSE); Group D.

All the above exams are not difficult or easy. How the exam is prepared and approached is up to the person. If you are serious and consistent with your preparation, you can easily break these exams.

The syllabus and pattern are almost the same for all exams. You just need to be honest. Everything is possible.

All the best!!!!!

In a socialist economy, the means of production are owned by the "collective." Usually that means "the government," but it could also refer to an employee-owned cooperative. In any case, you would not work for a private employer. Either all jobs are government jobs, or some jobs are owned by workers and managed by some kind of elected panel.

Now, this is how it really works. Socialism requires a strictly planned economy. If people can freely quit their jobs, accept new jobs, refuse to work, or cross the border and triple their wages, the whole system will collapse.

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In a socialist economy, the means of production are owned by the "collective." Usually that means "the government," but it could also refer to an employee-owned cooperative. In any case, you would not work for a private employer. Either all jobs are government jobs, or some jobs are owned by workers and managed by some kind of elected panel.

Now, this is how it really works. Socialism requires a strictly planned economy. If people can freely quit their jobs, accept new jobs, refuse to work, or cross the border and triple their wages, the whole system becomes disorganized. Under a true socialist economy, the employee-owned cooperative model just doesn't work. So actually, yes, in a socialist economy, all jobs are government jobs.

Based on my observation, experience, I will say that the work of a judge is the best, if you want to be above corruption, influence. You have absolute freedom in your work. You are your tutor. The work is not colorful. It's about peace of mind or happiness. You will see liars and liars. You will have to decide on the basis of evidence that is tainted with lies and false stories that the common man or people in the media will not understand or want to understand. The mind of a good judge will be unhappy to see the dirt around him and to know that he is helpless.

I was a civil school teacher in Visalia, Ca. at a bar called Mom's on a Friday night in October. Another school teacher and I were doing the usual whining and complaining routine that people in the same profession do when he told me that the government taught abroad. I asked him how to do it.

Go to the post office and get a form I forgot the number, but it's the standard employment form, fill it out and send it back. Then wait and see.

So I did it. He sent it, he waited, I basically forgot it.

In mid-May, I drove to my shack on Kaweah St. and noticed something stuck in the screen door. I opened it and, what to me asking hey

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I was a civil school teacher in Visalia, Ca. at a bar called Mom's on a Friday night in October. Another school teacher and I were doing the usual whining and complaining routine that people in the same profession do when he told me that the government taught abroad. I asked him how to do it.

Go to the post office and get a form I forgot the number, but it's the standard employment form, fill it out and send it back. Then wait and see.

So I did it. He sent it, he waited, I basically forgot it.

In mid-May, I drove to my shack on Kaweah St. and noticed something stuck in the screen door. I opened it and, what to my astonished eyes appeared but "CONGRATULATIONS YOU HAVE SELECTED TO TEACH IN KOREA".

And that was it. Thirty-five years later I retired.

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