You’ve got a job, but have you thought about a career?
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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.
Sometimes we assume that all the “interview urban legends” will sneak up on us and prevent us from getting to the next step. It may help to know some of the “interview taboos” and learn how to move beyond them.
Every job you’ve ever interviewed for has resulted in an offer and you are experienced in making hiring decisions, so why practice interviewing?
Confidence is a companion of success — in and out of the workplace. Armed with confidence, you are more likely to gain workplace recognition and be a satisfied worker. Here are a few simple strategies for boosting your confidence in the workplace.
Utilize the following five tips to be better informed and connected in your job search on LinkedIn.
We asked a panel of federal experts about the most important skills employees need to navigate government, advice about lateral career moves and more. Here’s what they said…
An impressive cover letter will probably make a great first impression to hiring managers — which is key to landing an interview.
Learn some helpful practices to go from being an intern to a full-time employee.