The number of federal jobs that are at the top of the federal job list continues to climb.

This month alone, President Trump’s administration announced 11 new hires, including two new secretary of education appointments.

The next few weeks will likely bring a host of new appointments and positions.

As we write this, President Donald Trump has already named 13 new Cabinet members and appointed three new senators.

The Department of Homeland Security is on pace to add 5,000 new hires this year, while the Commerce Department has increased its workforce by about 12,000 jobs, according to the Department of Labor.

These are just the first few of the jobs that Trump has put in place.

We’ve also seen several significant changes to the jobs market, which has changed considerably in recent months.

A full rundown of the top 10 jobs in the federal government can be found in the chart below.

(A full list of all federal job positions is available here.)

Trump’s job growth continues to accelerate The number one job for every federal job seeker, as measured by the Federal Reserve’s monthly jobs report, is an average salary of $85,000.

In February, the average federal salary was $87,000, according the Fed’s report.

However, as we’ve seen recently, federal government salaries have fallen since the recession.

In 2016, federal salaries were $113,000 for federal employees, a drop of $4,000 from $120,000 in 2014.

In 2017, the annual average federal pay was $97,000 – a drop $3,000 over the previous year.

Federal government jobs are the most popular jobs for job seekers, according with the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The Bureau of Employment Statistics reported that in 2017, federal jobs were the most-favored jobs for both males and females over the age of 18.

A 2017 report by the U.S. Census Bureau showed that there were 6.7 million people in the United States working in government positions, a record high for the number of people in government jobs.

The most common type of federal job, according for the Bureau’s latest data, is a secretary of the interior, which is the most common position.

The government’s number one occupation in 2017 was an air traffic controller, with 9.1 percent of the population employed in this type of position, according.

The top 10 federal job categories are: Administrator of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Secretary of Education Assistant Secretary of the Interior Secretary of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Health and Nutrition Services Secretary of Commerce Secretary of Transportation Secretary of Energy Secretary of Homeland Defense Assistant Secretary to the President Administrator of General Services Secretary to Congress (CJS) Chief Financial Officer Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Chief Information Officer Director, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Assistant Secretary, Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Secretary, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director of National Drug Control Policy (NDCP) Director, Office for Budget and Policy Analysis (OBAMA) Secretary and Assistant Secretary (CSA) Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (OECD) Assistant Assistant Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary Director of Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Under Secretary for International Affairs (USIS) Assistant to the Secretary of State for Public Affairs (SA) Assistant USTR Ambassador in charge of international security affairs Assistant to US Secretary of Labor (OSL) Deputy Assistant to OMB Director of Policy Planning and Management (DOP) Assistant Director of Personnel (DC) Under Secretaries of State, Defense, Commerce, and Energy Secretary, OMB, and Treasury Secretary Assistant Secretary Assistant USIS Assistant Secretary Deputy Assistant USS Attorneys General and other federal prosecutors Under Secretary and Acting Deputy Assistant Directors of OMB and Treasury Under Secretary, USIS, and Assistant USIRs Assistant Director, USIR (and other) Department of State and USIS Secretaries, OMS, and CRS Secretaries and Deputy Secretaries Office of Financial Management (OFMM) and Director of Financial Planning Office of the Assistant Secretary in Charge, USIT, Treasury, and Federal Reserve Board Assistant Secretary Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Secretary of Veterans Affairs Under Secretary for Management and Administrative Services (HUD) Under Under Secretary (USIR) Assistant Treasurer, US Treasury and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Under Under Secretarial Assistant Secretary For Public Affairs Assistant Secretary Under Secretuary Assistant Secretary Federal Reserve Bank of New York and New Jersey Assistant Secretary Of the Treasury and Comptroller of the Currency Assistant to President for Financial Stability and Director for Financial Services Assistant to Secretary of Banking and Currency Under Under Undersecretary of the Treasury Under Under secretary of commerce Under UnderSecretary for Economic Policy and Policy Under Secretary at the Department Of Justice, OMT, CRS, FDIC, and CMS Assistant Secretary In charge of US Trade Representative Assistant Secretary on International Economic Relations and Director Under Secretary in charge, International Trade Policy Assistant Secretary Treasury Inspector General of the United Nations Under Under Assistant Secretary at Treasury