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  • Recent Grads Often Don’t Consider Federal Employment, Survey Says - August 29, 2022
  • Many federal agencies continue to face critical workforce gaps in areas like cybersecurity, IT and automation.

    Kirsten Errick, Nextgov -

    Already facing a staffing crisis, the federal government is also struggling to attract recent graduates to fill job openings, according to a Qualtrics study.

    Specifically, a slow recruiting process, unawareness of openings and outdated or nonessential requirements in job postings are limiting applications in light of the staffing crisis. On top of that, according to the survey, only 44% of recent graduates said they would consider working for the federal government.

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