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October 24, 2012

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Stuart TenHoor

Probably most lawyers, whether in private practice, the federal government or working in a congressional job, if polled, would all say they're working too hard!

As a former Hill staffer, law firm associate and 20+ years legal search consultant, from my vantage point I would say all of the above work pretty hard. The trick is to increase the amount of control over your work requirements. This is especially hard on the Hill as you have no control when "your bill" comes up!

Naegle Law

Having the proper balance between work and "play" is so important to maintaining employee satisfaction.

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