In the era of computers and a more permissive and inclusive workplace, the concept of flexibility has grown as companies and federal agencies seek to hire and retain talented workers and keep them happier and more productive.
Cleared salaries in the nation’s capital are in a lull. Job growth is steady, but not great. Salaries are being driven up by intense competition for talent, but not excessively. But in all, it’s a good life for security-cleared professionals in D.C.
What effect will the Amazon headquarters have on Northern Virginia’s tech community? The competition for cleared talent will grow even greater, and some defense professionals may flee the area from hassles like traffic and higher rent
In 2017, the Centennial State ranked number one in the nation for private aerospace employment. The Denver-metro area now has the highest concentration of private-sector aerospace employment in the country. This is just part of the reason that Colorado is one of the fastest growing economies in the country.
Today, the Yellow Hammer State is home to more than 300 companies, including industry giants such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, GE Aviation, Raytheon, and GKN Aerospace. But like most other states across the nation, it’s a struggle to find enough cleared talent.