You are in luck, because here at GovLoop we offer a microsite all about that: Jobs.Govloop.com.
We’ve built it on top of USAJOBS data, mashed it up with LinkedIn, GlassDoor and GovLoop information, and basically tried to provide a new approach to searching for federal jobs (just like Kayak and Hipmunk provide new ways to search for flights).
Searching for federal jobs can be tough, but I think we’ve found an interesting new way
Here are some of the new features:
1) Filter by grade AND promotion potential (find that GS-11 job that goes to a 13).
2) Search by location – both visually with maps and by keywords.
Unlimited wants versus limited resources. If you’ve ever taken an introductory economics course, this free-market concept should sound familiar. With each annual increase in the total world population, our limited natural resources and social services become more strained. Population Reference Bureau states that the world population has multiplied during the last 50 years at a… Read more »
John is the winner of this week’s contest by coming closest to the combined score of tonight’s MNF game. Congrats, John! You and Greg had nearly PERFECT games, you missed the last game and Greg missed the first, but you both got all the rest right. Good week! John won the week with 15 followed… Read more »
According to Infoplease.com, there are roughly 6,500 different languages spoken in the world, but about 2,000 of these contain only around 1,000 words each. Other sources estimate 6,000 languages total, with Mandarin Chinese as the top number spoken globally. It’s challenging to determine the exact number because language is hard to define and constantly evolving…. Read more »
I wrote a couple of great papers for my MBA in PM a couple of years ago. How long are the abstracts expected to be? My papers were 50 pages each and resources, both focused towards Federal Project Management