Contrary to popular belief, the federal government is not a monolithic mass. Rather, federal organizations differ from one another almost as much as do private organizations—each distinguished by its own culture, work environment, budgetary and IT resources and varied factors that influence how quickly employees ascend the career ladder. Even agencies and offices within the… Read more »
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Trusted Workforce 2.0 is a new initiative to fix the U.S. federal government’s woefully backlogged security clearance process. Here’s what you need to know about it.
GovLoop’s top tips for creating a rock star government resume that will get you noticed by the agency of your choice.
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While the government is busy running the country, industrial organizational (I/O) psychologists are running the government. This rising field of applied psychology is an exciting profession that marries traditional psychology with logistical applications. Projected to grow 53% over the next decade with a 2012 median pay of $83,580, working behind-the-scenes to ensure the government’s efficacy… Read more »
Sometimes, it’s easy to forget the wide range of jobs offered by the federal government. There are always really cool openings that let you live out some childhood dreams and don’t necessarily involve sitting in an office all day (not that those jobs aren’t awesome as well!). Here are a few of my favorite fed… Read more »
Government jobs get a bad rap for putting employees behind a mountain of paper in a desolate land of poorly lit cubicles. Admittedly, those jobs do exist. However, the federal government also has a few opportunities that let you jump out of a plane, explore our national parks, or even hang out with lions. Six of these… Read more »
Greetings! Steve Ressler and I are pleased to announce the release of our first ebook entitled, “I Am Public Service: Great Work in Our Own Words.” The book highlights and honors – in their own words – the great work of 34 public servants. In the ebook, you’ll read stories about people like: Vladimir Diaz:… Read more »