Which presidential candidates are using navigators?
NAVIGATOR SUSAN KELLY’S new job is a thankless one.
She’s an unpaid volunteer.
She gets paid nothing to show up for work.
And she can’t do much more than sit in the car listening to the radio.
Kelly’s job, as she calls it, is to help Americans navigate the labyrinth of federal government websites and apps that are designed to make navigating government-related information and services easier and more efficient.
The navigator is the federal government’s main enabler for navigating the U.S. economy and the nation’s politics.
That’s what Kelly did for five years before becoming a public service official with the Department of Transportation.
She was promoted to senior navigator this month, and she’s on the verge of becoming the most senior navigators in the country.
In the past, the federal navigators who served in the George W. Bush administration and the Obama administration were paid a salary of $75,000 per year.
This was the standard paid for most navigators during the Bush administration, before a change in how federal agencies funded the job.
It was also much less than Kelly’s current job pay.
But in the past decade, federal navigator pay has risen dramatically, to $160,000.
That has helped make Kelly’s new job more lucrative than her old job.
Kelly was hired in 2015 to be the head of the Department’s Office of Public Affairs.
This position requires a lot of experience and an intense focus on government outreach.
Kelly has done this job for about three years, and has been in it for more than a decade.
But as Kelly and other navigators have learned, getting paid to work in government can be a challenge.
“We are constantly dealing with bureaucracy and a lack of clarity about what our responsibilities are,” Kelly told me.
“What is the mandate?
What is the accountability?
And so there are a lot things we’re still learning.
There’s still a lot we don’t understand.
We don’t know how much the federal workforce is working or how much they’re doing, for example.”
In an interview with the Associated Press, Kelly said she learned the hard way that it’s important to understand your job.
“I got to really get into the weeds and figure out what I’m supposed to do, what the mandates are and what the accountability is,” Kelly said.
That took some time.
The new job has its challenges.
“Navigation is hard.
I think navigators can be just as frustrated as anyone else,” Kelly explained.
“But that’s the job of navigators.”
In the federal job market, navigators are the second-most expensive employees, after accountants, according to a 2016 report from McKinsey & Co. “The job has to be paid to do something,” Kelly added.
“You can’t just sit around and be happy that you got to work for the government and you’re paid a certain amount.”
Kelly, like many navigators, started her career in Washington in Washington, D.C., working on transportation issues.
She spent a lot time working with the Transportation Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The agency is the lead agency for making sure all roads in the U,D.,S.
The Department of Homeland Security is the leading agency for immigration enforcement and protecting U.D.S.’ borders.
It’s also the one agency that oversees U.N. peacekeeping missions.
Kelly worked at DHS from 2011 to 2014.
But she also had a career in public affairs, which she has since transitioned to.
After spending time working in politics, Kelly began working for a nonprofit called the Partnership for Public Service.
That nonprofit, which was created to provide education and training to U.F.O. navigators and other government employees, is based in Florida.
And in the fall of 2015, Kelly was asked to join the Partnership.
The nonprofit was set up to educate government employees about the challenges they face, including the importance of being an active and engaged citizen, how to get involved in local government and the role of public service in public policy.
In addition to being paid to serve in the government, Kelly worked as an elected official in a handful of states, including Florida, Texas, Alabama and Michigan.
She started with the Florida chapter and has since moved to the other states.
Kelly told the AP that she was “very nervous” about starting with a nonprofit that she felt she “was not qualified for.”
She added that she’s worked in politics “for a long time” and that she doesn’t think she’s qualified for the position.
Kelly said that she had a lot to learn about politics from her predecessor, Tom Ridge.
She told the Associated News that she came into the job “not ready to be an advocate.”
She said that “the way we were structured, there were no real guidelines for me.
We had a very open process, so I was very