Website aims to help feds make lateral job changes

A new website launched last month is designed to make it easier for feds who want to switch jobs to search for internal job openings, Government Executive reports.

The website—called Lateral-Me.com—has a simpler format than USAJOBS, and offers free access to vacancy listings, which can be searched by key word, location, description, job series and full- or part-time status.

The site was cofounded by a Health and Human Services Department public health scientist, the publication notes.

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Tue, Oct 18, 2016

Don't need to read between the lines to see that this article is completely one sided for the Clinton Clan and you infer impartiality?

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