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When you work on the Hill, certain tasks can take over the time you spend at the job. We put the call out to our chief of staff friends to ask how their time is spent at work. This week, we have how a Capitol Hill chief of staff’s day can sometimes be divided. Click on the preview above to see the full animated infographic.
When you work on the Hill, certain tasks can take over the time you spend at the job. We polled our press secretary and former press secretary friends to ask how their time is or was spent at work. This week, we have how a Capitol Hill press secretary’s day can sometimes be divided.
Check out Sam Stein’s interview with President Obama for Huffington Post. Great quote from the reel: When asked how much sleep he gets a night, President Barack Obama said, “probably not enough.” “I will say that when people leave the administration and I see them six months later, they have
This is a great *real DC* article about the difficulty of finding a job after an election as a chief. We highly recommend reading the entire thing, but here’s a taste: Chiefs of staff, in particular, can have a harder time transitioning to another Hill job. Entry-level positions such as
Last night, Famous DC attended the GOP 2016 Kickoff Happy Hour hosted by Google and Facebook. Held at city-chic bar and restaurant Silo, located in Mt. Vernon Triangle, the event was teeming with GOP social media pros. Guests bellied up to the open bar, snacked on everything from oysters to
From WaPo: “A bipartisan Twitter fest is scheduled to break out on Capitol Hill this week as the Obama administration and Congress venture into an area where they may find agreement: escaping the quagmire over transportation. “With the May 31 expiration of transportation funding nearing, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and
This is definitely a blow to House leadership.
“Where we’re going, we don’t need government mandated healthcare.” Photo outside the Capitol Hill Club – Original joke and photo credit: David M. Drucker