We Are All Equal in the End

Posted on May 8th, by Liam Ryan in on the job. No Comments

My father-in-laws final words to me were that he was amazed how quickly his life had passed. He was 75. Not old by any means, but not exactly a short run either. If he was saying that at 75, what is it like at 50, or 35, or in your teens.

They are words that have … Read More »


Submitting a Federal Resume: 3 Questions to Ask

Posted on May 5th, by American Public University System in resumes/cover letters. No Comments

By Marcia Powers
Contributor, Career Coach

Federal jobs can attract hundreds of qualified applicants all vying for the same opportunity. Although it’s easy to get lost in the sea of numbers, a tip-top resume can help you stay afloat in the competition. Before applying to a federal position on USAJOBS.gov, take a few moments to look over … Read More »


Your Career: How to Spark a Burning Platform

Posted on May 5th, by David Shindler in Career Advice. No Comments

Have you been in the same job, role, organization or career for a long time? The chances of that occurring in the future are diminishing by the year. You are likely to move jobs and careers more regularly and work under different forms of employment. The real-life Transformers are coming in the form of robotics … Read More »


Understanding What Makes People Tick

Posted on May 5th, by Mike Kennerknecht in on the job. 1 Comment

I began my professional career in mental health before working in state government, public relations, and now government relations. Imagine how helpful it would be to a career in any of those fields if you were able to understand patterns of behavior, to recognize hidden agendas, to anticipate actions correctly, and to appeal to each … Read More »