Student’s Federal Career Guide, 2nd Ed., How to write a federal resume for new grads and new entry candidates is an invaluable career and government job guide for students seeking public service positions with outstanding career opportunity, salary, benefits and advancement opportunities.This book targets new college graduates who are seeking public service positions and positions with career growth opportunities. Since the private industry positions have decreased due to the economic downturn, the government holds many internships and positions for new graduates or new entry candidates. Many baby boomers will retire in government opening up new careers for new graduates and educated young professionals.Kathryn Troutman lives in Catonsville, MD and is the founder and president of The Resume Place, Inc., a service business located in Baltimore, MD. Resume Place specializing in writing and designing professional federal and private-sector resumes, as well as coaching and education in the federal hiring process. For the past 40 years, Troutman has managed her professional writing and executive consulting practice, publishing, and federal career training business. Paul Binkley is Director of Career Development Services at The George Washington University’s (GWU) Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration. He is a Certified MBTI Administrator and Coach, Global Career Direction Facilitator (GCDF), and Federal Career Counselor. He is a Higher Education Administration doctoral candidate at GWU and completed a MA in International Affairs at the University of Kentucky. Paul is an active member of NACE, ACPA, Net Impact, and serves on the GWU President’s Career Services Task Force.Cardinal Publishers Group is a distributor of The Resume Place, Inc. books.