Questions and Answers about U.S. Department of Commerce

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at U.S. Department of Commerce.

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Be honest and direct. Employers always look for individuals that are honest, ethical and have conviction towards a belief they have.

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Believe in yourself

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I would advise that you be respectful, listen and be open with your answers.

Answered - Clerk Typist (Former Employee) - Crystal City, VA

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Tell the truth, show your true potential

Answered - Field Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH

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I enjoyed the time spent with the US Dep. of Commerce and the support provided by management to virtually any request and question you might have. Any of the departments did an outstanding job at their level.

Answered - Field Representative (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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Be yourself and you will fit in

Answered - Quality Assurance Technician (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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It is a great place to work. The people are fun and the work environment is super. The pay is not bad and you do get reimbursed for travel mileage. You also get great benefits, like health insurance, Thrift plan (ie: 401K), etc., etc.

Answered - Sr. Partnership Specialist (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX

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You should research the bureau that you are interviewing for and include in the research the likely hood that this bureau will be moved or abolished in its entirety.

Answered - Minority Business Development Agency (Former Employee) - Washington City, DC

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Make sure you have a clean background. Not even a misdemeanor.

Answered - Office Administration Assistant/Enumerator (Former Employee) - Palm Springs, CA

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Be honest, and willing to put the effort in to learn something new.

Answered - Patent Examiner (Current Employee) - Alexandria, VA

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