Job Hopping Your Way to Success?

Job Hopping Your Way to Success?
The 2014 Employee Viewpoint Survey conducted by the government’s Office of Personnel Management found that millennials who accept a position with a government agency stay slightly less than four years. If you are in your 20s or early 30s, four years might seem like a long time to you. You may fear getting locked into a job or missing new opportunities. You may have been told that the only way to get ahead is by changing jobs so that you continue to grow both your salary and your ... Read more
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Don’t Just Find Your Voice—Use It

Don’t Just Find Your Voice—Use It
Before you decide this is just another political blog—and who cares—stop for a minute and think about this: In your lifetime, women will not achieve political parity in this country. In your lifetime, women will never have an equal voice in running our nation, the state where you live, or your community. These statements are based on projections from a report issued about the state of politics by Women Donors Network. According to their survey of 42,000 elected officials, 71% are men, and ... Read more
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Feminism: Different Times, Different Definitions, Different Tactics

Feminism: Different Times, Different Definitions, Different Tactics
Young women who reached adulthood in the late 1960s and 1970s had generation specific issues facing them. At that time, the nation was just coming out of the “Father Knows Best” era. Women had limited educational and employment opportunities (nursing, teaching, and secretarial work were predominant options). They weren’t earning a significant percentage of graduate degrees, and they certainly weren’t earning equal pay. In fact, many of them had trouble getting a ... Read more
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