Published January 27, 2016
I skim through a lot of newsletters and magazines during my workweek, and I have to say that I actually prefer reading newsprint than reading an email. Print is tangible. I can tear an article out of a magazine or newsletter and keep it for future reference. It seems wasteful to me to print an article that I’ve received by email.
I recently came across an article in a trade magazine titled, “Plumbing vs. working for the government.” It can be applied to almost any career. This well-written article was penned by Matt Michel, CEO of The Service Roundtable (www.ServiceNationalAlliance.com).
The article listed 15 reasons why one would choose to work for the government, rather than being a plumbing contractor. Each one of the reasons was an “easy” way rather than the “hard” way to earn a living. Here they are:
Yes, it’s true that a government job can bring all these benefits, but what about the advantages of being a contractor? Here are my top ten reasons:
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