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“Hiring veterans is one of the best investments businesses can make in the future success of their companies and of our state.” – Governor Mark Dayton, July 2, 2015
“I have no one under the age of 40 in my office,” said a policy analyst from the Department of Veterans Affairs in a recent GovLoop survey. That policy analyst isn’t alone – the government is graying. According to the Office of Personnel Management, the average age of a government employee is 47. At theRead… Read more »
Keep in mind these three hidden benefits of hiring interns that could make a big impact for your organization in the long-term.
2016 is just around the corner and here at GovLoop, we’re already prepping for the New Year which means: we’re hiring!
Here are some of the lessons I learned on my path into federal employment — and some of these lessons likely transcend career fields.
Not quite following your professional passion yet? Turn any job into a career catapult, with five simple steps to maximize any career detour.
Commitment and satisfaction levels of federal employees are at their lowest levels since the feds started measuring these drivers of engagement in 2003. Yet, most federal workers claim they inherently like the work they do.
While you should take all career advice with a grain of salt, here are four particularly deadly pieces that I’ve seen hang people up over and over.
September is the month when employees come back from vacation and work kicks into full gear. Not surprisingly, hiring picks up as businesses look to meet year-end goals with new talent. The Federal government is no exception; agencies will look to fill positions as budgets open at the beginning of the fiscal year (October 1st).Read… Read more »