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A lot of people blame the government because they cannot find a job. As you probably know the reason of the high unemployment is the financial crisis which hit the world one year ago. However, the truth is that government does a lot and there are lots of government business opportunities which you can take advantage of so you can get a job and make some money during these tough times.

Of course, you cannot apply for a job if you do not have the right skills, be well-educated or do not meet all requirements. That is why you should know that before you apply for a job you should read carefully what kind of person they are looking for and whether you are this kind! We are going to give you some examples of government business opportunities, which are part of the unemployment department, as our aim is more to make you aware that the government really does something to decrease the crisis’ harm to minimum.

There are plenty of categories, each of which has plenty of vacancies which could be your next job- the job which could make you meet the two ends during the crisis. I bet that you wonder which these categories are and what kind of jobs could be found there. You are going to learn about all that only if you read the article to its end.

Let’s first start with the Administrative support. There could be the right job for you but you need to keep in mind that IT skills and fast typing are a usual requirement. In this category you can find jobs such as company representative, office manager, administration assistant and many others.

Another category is the financial services. If you have had a course or training in finances, or have a Master degree of finances, then you can be more than sure that you will be selected as the demand is even higher than the interest. In this category you can find jobs such as Manager Finance control, Business Analyst, European Accountant, Senior Financial Accountant, Financial assistant and so on.

But you did not think there were only two categories, did you? There are many more- Education, Human resources, Marketing, Media, Science, Tourism, Consulting and others. You just need to be more patient and spend a lot of time on looking for the right government business opportunity. It is really not as difficult as you think it is!

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