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D.C. Temp Agencies

A list of temp agencies has been added to the "Job Search Resources" list on the site, available after you log in. If it's taking some time to land that perfect full-time job, consider temping. For more information on why working with a temp agency is a good thing, check out the American Staffing Association.

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Networking Plays Big Role in Landing Hill Job

By Rachael Bade
Roll Call
Graduation approaches and you’re freaking out about landing that first job. Just remember, your frantic self is not alone. Full Story

Congress's List: Staffers take networking online to help job seekers

By Debbie Siegelbaum
The Hill
Brad Traverse knows how hard it is to find a job on Capitol Hill. Full Story

The District Dish: Brad Traverse

Watch Brad's interview about his job listing service on The District Dish!

A Wave for GOP Staffers?

by Daniel Libit
Politico
A glance at the Republican job bank page on Texas Rep. John R. Carter’s website paints the whole, bleak picture with what it doesn’t show: real jobs. Full Story

Hill job seekers must be on the list

Politico
But if you want to actually land the job, you’ll almost certainly have to subscribe to one of the unofficial e-mail vacancy lists run by staffers themselves. Full Story

On the Hill, Job Quest Is Rougher Than Ever

By Maureen Fan
The Washington Post
Chiefs of staff are doing something they rarely do: forwarding job listings to their own staffs. ... And the 33-page list from S. Bradley Traverse ... Full Story

The D.C. Job Market: Good News and Bad News

By Brad and Fraser Traverse
As published in Miss A's Heartfelt Living eMagazine.

There's good news and not-so-good news in the D.C. job market these days. The good news is that there are a ton of jobs in DC. Full Story

Thanks to BradTraverse I got my first job out of college! I sent my resume and cover letter on July 23, and by August 7, I had started my new job! Awesome website for DC jobs. - Jenny F, Receptionist

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