This subreddit is dedicated to the plight of federal civilian employees.
For the past few years, a group of federal employees have been fighting for a living wage, safe working conditions, and a fair compensation package.
With the passage of the Paycheck Fairness Act in 2014, the Federal Employee Benefits Act of 2017, and the recent passing of the President’s Fair Pay Executive Order, many of these reforms are coming into effect.
However, many federal employees still face an uphill battle in their everyday lives, and some are left with the option of working at a place where their pay will be a fraction of what their peers in other fields are earning.
This subreddit aims to help these employees get ahead by providing tips and advice on what to do when you’re faced with the dilemma of deciding whether or not to apply for a job.
The subreddit has been a success, and it continues to grow.
Over 500,000 subscribers have participated in this AMA.
Whether you’re just starting out in the field or have years of experience under your belt, this subreddit is for you!
“What should I do if I want to work at a lower wage?”
If you are currently unemployed and unsure of where to start, you may want to start by taking the time to read our post on the subject.
“Where should I start?”
Many federal employees who are facing a hard choice about where to apply or accept a job offer may be confused by the various options on offer.
To help ease the minds of potential employers, we have created a handy checklist to help you make a better decision: The list below is divided into sections.
It will help you identify the right place to apply, which jobs to apply to, and which jobs may or may not be available.
Find your local branch of the US Department of Labor and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which are listed below: Bureau of the Census Bureau of Economic Analysis Federal Bureau of Investigation Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Federal Trade Commission Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Deposit Service Federal Housing Finance Agency Federal Labor Relations Authority Federal Election Commission Federal Reserve System Federal Trade Commissions Office of Personnel Management Office of Inspector General Office of Special Counsel Federal Communications Commission Federal Communications Workers Union Federal Trade Counsel Federal Trade Office Federal Trade Administration Federal Trade Council Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Office of Management and Budget Office of Transportation Security Administration Office of Science and Technology Policy Office of National Drug Control Policy Office for Civil Rights Bureau of Justice Statistics Federal Bureau Of Investigation Federal Election Assistance Commission Federal Trade Capitol Federal Election Task Force Federal Trade Bureau Federal Trade Commissioners Agency Federal Trade Law Enforcement Administrations Office of Labor Standards Enforcement Federal Trade Commissioner Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs Office of Economic Opportunity Office of International Labor Affairs Office of Policy Development and Analysis Office of Technology Policy and Government Affairs Office Of Information Technology Policy And Regulatory Affairs Office Toomey For Congress, a Republican, was elected to the House of Representatives in 2012 and re-elected in 2018.
While there are some places that are more conducive to career advancement than others, there are many other jobs that do not require that you be a federal employee.
These are just some of the reasons why it can seem like it is never too late to apply.
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