It’s still possible to find fulfillment at work when your supervisor is a moron. Two common mantras in our culture today are: “I hate my job” and “my boss is a jerk.” While both statements may be true, hating your job because your boss is a jerk isn’t going to lead anywhere good. According toRead… Read more »
Should you should jump on the bandwagon and start your grad school application ASAP? Maybe, but do these things first to help decide.
With 281 billion messages exchanged daily, email etiquette may soon rival any hard skill on your resume. Optimize your inbox by deleting these five words.
Government employees are on the frontlines of critical cybersecurity, infosec, and IT initiatives. Start planning for how you’ll stay on top of new developments and technological innovations with GovLoop’s list of the best cyber and IT government conferences.
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If you’re a recent grad, or considering a career switch, a lack of experience to land that first job or move into a new role can be intimidating. Don’t give up. You may be able to get the skills you need by donating your time to organizations who are looking for eager volunteers
When you’re unhappy at your job and you’re not feeling supported or valued, it’s easy to lose your confidence in your abilities. When your confidence wanes, make sure you find other ways to build it back up.
After a year of hosting informal events to introduce their friends and colleagues directly to other friends who were running for office, Austinites Nathan Ryan and Liz Coufal looked at the growing crowds and realized they had tapped into something bigger than themselves.
I’ve been fortunate to have had the opportunity to serve on several boards and advisory committees over the last 15 years, including as a nonprofit board chair. Here are some of the things I learned along the way
Last year, only 24 percent government workers were between the ages of 20 and 35. Attract young talent by championing these four millennial-approved values.