Let your badge of honor be that as you enter retirement, you are in good health, physically and mentally. You made a difference in the lives of those you have worked with. You have the energy to start another chapter of joyous events. You understood the value of your life and time. You have enjoyed… Read more »
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From entry into government to family life to retirement, you need to take the entire federal government employee lifecycle – or whole fed – into consideration when making professional decisions.
Imagine 150,000 people vanishing. If you’re having trouble picturing it, it might be because that number is roughly a quarter of the federal workforce.
Technological advancement is quickly progressing. Many government agencies struggle to find new talent or resources to keep up with the latest tech trends. So, how can agencies future-proof their organizations against the need to constantly hire new talent?
This week we saw no change in the relentless momentum in stocks we’ve seen thus far this year.
Stocks were mixed this week with earnings season wrapping up and the news coverage of the tax bill keeping investors on their toes. Earnings season added volatility to the end of October after seeing tight upward trading action to the first half of the month.
Stocks produced more gains and another record high after spending most of the week below Monday’s open. It seemed as though the bears were finally making their move and we were going to see a shift in the recent momentum.
Change is neither good nor bad: it’s a constant. Learn how you can take this piece of wisdom and apply it to your government career.
Here from these three public servants who span the multi-generational workforce about their insights to job searching today.
Getting close to retirement age doesn’t mean you have to stop thriving in your career.