Federal employees work in many different fields and enjoy a variety of benefits as part of the work they do. The author presents several tips for federal workers to help strengthen their personal financial situations as they progress through their careers and work towards retirement.
Federal employees are often offered incentives for relocating to take new positions. The author provides some tips for federal workers who may be facing a relocation in the near future.
The Denver Federal Center located in Lakewood, Colorado is a branch of the General Services Administration and contains 26 federal agencies, which makes it the most densely packed federal area outside of Washington D.C.
Writing resumes for various job openings can be a challenge. The author provides advice for federal employees regarding what content they may wish to include on their federal resumes depending on the positions being sought.
If you have a penchant for travel and a sense of adventure, but you still need to earn a living, working for the federal government overseas might be the perfect fit.
The author outlines some of the resources available to federal employees to help them save for an early retirement.
If you find yourself facing a move during your federal career, the author offers some important tips for you to keep in mind to help reduce the hassle that always comes with making such a big change.
Landing a job in the federal government can be a life-changing experience. But before attempting to find the perfect government job, follow this simple job search checklist.
FERS is a complex system and much depends on an individual’s status with the government when planning for what to expect upon retirement. The author offers a basic guide to help understand some of the key points of the FERS system.