What do you do for a living and where do you work? You’ve probably been asked those two simple questions innumerable times during job interviews, varied professional events, and social, alumni and family gatherings. But have you ever carefully prepared compelling answers to those questions?
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Here from these three public servants who span the multi-generational workforce about their insights to job searching today.
Let’s face it, we all have fears and areas where we wish we were better. But here’s a new take to that question, “What’s your greatest weakness?”
Self-awareness is a key trait to have. There are times however, when self-awareness crosses a line and becomes self-defeating.
Generations can learn a lot from each other.
Getting close to retirement age doesn’t mean you have to stop thriving in your career.
The difference between a good versus a great job lies in your ability to fit within the organization.
You’ve got a job, but have you thought about a career?
If you’re aching to leave your current job, you might be tempted to lunge at any seemingly reasonable job offer. But if you accept an offer without fully understanding its pros and cons, you might only end up jumping from the fire to the frying pan.
If you receive a federal job offer as a non-fed (including as a federal contractor, Fellow or returning fed), you probably have the most negotiating power you will ever have in your federal career.