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3 Reasons Young Feds Should Try to Work Overseas

August 9, 2013 One of the effects of a more globalized world is the increased number of overseas opportunities for employment. One of the largest overseas employers for Americans is the United States government. According to the Office of Personnel Management, as of March 2013, there are over 34,000 federal civilian employees working...

The Telework Gap

July 1, 2013 It seems there is a telework generation gap in government. As technology makes it easier to remotely connect with others, many businesses and federal agencies have made the move to allow employees to telework. Employers are implementing telework for variety of reasons. Many cite the need to address low morale...

The Telework Generation Gap

May 10, 2013 As technology has made it easier to remotely connect with others, many businesses, corporations and federal agencies have made the move to allow employees to “telework” or “telecommute.” There are various reasons as to why these employers are implementing telework policies. Many cite morale and stress reasons, while others claim...

Analysis: What Will Furloughs Mean For Young Feds?

April 1, 2013 One of the main concerns for all federal employees are mandatory furlough days. With budgetary cuts as harsh as 11 percent for some departments, furlough days will be used as a way to trim some of the spending by federal agencies. While one or two days a month do not...

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