The New Public Service
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press | ISBN: 0815752431 | edition 1999 | CHM | 184 pages | 1,15 mb
According to Paul C. Light's controversial book, The New Public Service, a federal pay increase will do little to compensate for what potential employees think is currently missing from federal careers. Talented Americans are not saying "show me the money" but "show me the job." And federal jobs just do not show well. All job offers being equal, Light argues that the pay increase would matter. But all offers are not equal. Light's research on what graduates of the top public policy and administration graduate programs want indicates that the federal government is usually so far behind its private and nonprofit competitors that pay never comes into play.
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