Best Places to Launch a Career in the Federal Government Snapshot
Author(s): Partnership for Public Service
Publication Date: 09/08/2011
Publication Topics: Attitudes Toward Government Service, College Students and Entry-Level Careers, Compensation, Benefits and Student Loan Repayment, Retirees and Encore Careers
Publication Type: Issue Briefs, White Papers and Snapshots
How do professionals starting their federal careers feel about the agencies they serve, and how well are those agencies managing their new class of public servants? In an era of career flexibility and job fluidity, what does it take to build a federal government workforce of the future? These are the questions the Partnership for Public Service and Deloitte set out to understand in this Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® snapshot analysis—based on the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) 2010 employee survey.
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