There were some significant feminist movements occurring during those periods that both helped change women’s work suits—and shake up the U.S. workforce at the same time. Here are five movements from 1910-1960 that had a major impact.
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It’s an unsettling fact: The percentage of female federal hires has decreased in recent years. There are a number of factors that are impacting this dynamic, and one may be the need to better understand the women that federal agencies are trying to attract.
In the past five years, women have hit some significant milestones in the workforce.
As the need for security and privacy grows so too will the need for cybersecurity education to help us balance the ability to enjoy its benefits with remaining safe and secure.
Leading others in the public sector offers a different set of challenges than traditional business environments.
Ready or not, the big data revolution is upon us. And as more government agencies open data and other organizations generate it otherwise through the influx of connected devices, data will play a role in everything we do.
When it comes to getting ready for new public sector job opportunities it’s more important than ever for you to be able to look in the mirror and understand yourself better as a result.
It’s the question we all dread in a job interview: “What’s your biggest weakness?” Though you know it is coming, you may not be as prepared as you think.
What experts recommend to help you stand out in your next federal job interview.
Here are six common characteristics of capable federal managers that can be used to determine which applicants are equipped to be competent leaders, and which can be removed from the applicant mix.