According to an article in the Washington Post, users of USAJobs.gov 3.0 have had a hard time using the “new and improved” site. Several glitches have prevented users from submitting applications, and performing other functions, on time. Although the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) sends out daily updates and boasts about successful cases, many users have still experienced issues. The blame is being put on the unexpected high number of users USAJobs.gov 3.0 has experienced in the past couple of weeks, but critics are skeptical of this.
Is the new USAJobs.gov site what you expected?
Have you experienced issues with USAJobs.gov 3.0?
What else would you do to improve the site?
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