Getting a master’s degree while working full time isn’t easy, and it won’t happen without preparation and commitment.
What we have here is a failure to communicate…clearly. Filler words muddle your meaning. Take them out of your writing and you’ll instantly sound smarter.
Did you know there are more than 100 types of information deemed ‘sensitive’ but not classified (SBU)? Sharing SBU information can get you in hot water, so make sure you know the designations.
The thought of narking on your coworkers may make you cringe. But here are four behaviors worth reporting, particularly in light of new insider threat policy.
Since the White House shake-up, who gets a seat at the table when the National Security Council gathers?
Interviewing requires a separate skill set you may not use in your day job. It really is as simple as being honest, open, polished, personable and courteous as you can.
The Department of Defense is a unique employer. Here are 9 signs you work for the DoD.
If you work in an office, you probably know at least one socially awkward coworker. Here are a few annoying office habits, and how to address them.
Your resume is prime job search real estate. Remove these seven meaningless words from your resume and focus instead on your accomplishments.
Trying to respond to the question, ‘What do you do?’ can be stressful for everyone – actively employed or job seeking. Here are four tips for answering the question.
Test your knowledge of the federal workforce, from which percentage of jobs are located outside of Washington, DC to the average age of a federal worker.
It doesn’t always matter how much you know. It always matters how well you communicate with others. Here are strategies for better office communication – your career will thank you.
Meetings are what you make them. Here’s how to make the most our of that face-to-face (or face-to-screen) time.
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