SkyVic Publishing, Inc. Announces "The Transgender Guide to Finding Employment Within the U.S. Government" is Now Available as a Complimentary Download

According to male-to-female author Sharlene Kelly, "The main benefit that readers will get is the realization that the U.S. Government is serious about welcoming openly transgender people into its 1,827,383 full-time employee workforce distributed across all 50 U.S. states for both entry-level and professional status occupations."

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Sharlene Kelly adds, 'In addition to entering the Federal workplace, transgender job applicants can also direct their resumes to over 200,000 vendors of goods and services selling their products or services to the U.S. Government without fear of bias.'

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 02, 2014

SkyVic Publishing Company Inc. has released a unique guide to assist transgender people expand their job search to the largest employer in the United States with over 1,827,383 Federal Government employees. The publication entitled, “The Transgender Guide To Finding Employment Within The U.S. Government,” can now be complimentary downloaded at http://www.successfultransgenderemployment.com.

Created for openly transgender job applicants for entry and professional level workers, the 28-page guide provides the nuts-and-bolts specific information of where transgender job applicants with verifiable job skills can identify and pursue U.S. Government Job Announcements.

Although orientated towards the transgender job applicant, "The Transgender Guide For Employment Within The U.S. Government" is equally focused on female-to-male and male-to-female individuals with valuable information (including links to additional resource material) that is applicable to all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ), as well as the heterosexual job applicant.

The guide touches on a wide range of topics, including:

  •     Targeting the Right U.S. Departments/Agencies Based Upon Skills, Business Background and Career Interests
  •     High Profile Transgender U.S. Government Employees
  •     Starting the USAJOBS Application Process to Find U.S. Government Job Announcements in Any Geographical Area
According to male-to-female author Sharlene Kelly, “The main benefit readers get is the realization that the U.S. Government is serious about welcoming transgender job applicants and employees into their offices, division, and subsidiaries across all 50 states.”

On July 21st, 2014, President Obama formally extended this welcome (amending Executive Order 11478 and Executive Order 11246) to include all Federal Contractors that supply $25,000 or more in goods or services to the U.S. Government.

The guide explains the hiring process for transgender job applicants when considering the Federal Government as a potential career choice for both entry and professional level employment.

Media Contact: Sharlene Kelly
Phone: 1-323-604-6036


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