Gender Inequality in Public Service

Posted on July 9th, by Valerie Martinelli in eligibility/hiring issues. No Comments

As we know, our elected officials are our representatives. They are our voices within government, influencers regarding our healthcare and other significant issues whether at the municipal, state, or federal levels. It is important for diversity to be present within the representation and tenure of our elected officials in order to have our views accurately … Read More »


Public-Private Partnerships: An Innovative Solution?

Posted on July 9th, by Valerie Martinelli in About the Public Sector. No Comments

One of the many challenges facing all levels of government is consistently finding new techniques to innovate and undertake policy and project necessities while saving the taxpayers’ money and employing individuals. Local, state, and federal government all have strict budgets and may have outsourced and/ or reduced their workforce, which can affect the efficiency of … Read More »


NACo Agrees to Exclusive Partnership with CareersInGovernment.com to Assist its Members with their Public Sector Recruitment and Hiring Efforts

Posted on June 28th, by careersingov in About Us, In The News. No Comments

Under the collaborative agreement, CIG will serve as the exclusive agent for NACo with respect to advertising jobs available in county governments, and together they will develop and market a variety of job posting packages catering to counties of all sizes.

Careers In Government, Inc. (CIG) President Michael Hurwitz and National Association of Counties (NACo) Executive … Read More »


Public Service: A Passion

Posted on June 15th, by Rafael Baptista in About the Public Sector. No Comments

When I started the University of North Carolina MPA program in August 2013, I knew that I had a passion for public service and that I was attracted to government work. But I wasn’t sure what level of government would be the best fit for my interests. In a previous article, I’ve discussed that during my first year in … Read More »