New jobs open for member of senate.
1) Must be 30 years or older
2) Must have been a citizen of the United States for at least 9 years
3) Must be an inhabitant of the state from which he or she is elected
You know that there are- 435 members of the House of Representatives, and that each one of them had to win an election to get there. Each one of them also had to meet two quite different sets of qualifications to win office: the formal qualifications for membership in the House set out in the Constitution and a number of informal qualifications imposed by the realities of politics.
Informal Qualifications- The realities of politics produce a number of informal qualifications for membership in the House beyond those qualifications set out in the Constitution. These additional qualifications vary somewhat from time to time and from State to State, and sometimes from one congressional district to another within the same State. Informal qualifications have to do with a candidate's -vote-getting- abilities. They include such factors as party identification, name familiarity, gender, ethnic characteristics, and political experience. The "right" combination of these factors will help a candidate win nomination and then election to the House. The "wrong" ones, however, will almost certainly spell defeat.
•Shall serve a term of one calendar year or until a successor is installed.
• Shall abide by all rules and regulations and perform all duties as prescribed by the Student Government Association Constitution and By-Laws.
• Each Senator shall have one vote
• Shall be responsible to the Student Government Association Vice President.
• Shall be responsible for composing at least one piece of legislation per semester during his/her term of office.
• Shall give at least two (2) weeks notice to the Vice President of the Student Government Association, should I decide to vacate my position. If two (2) weeks notice is not given, any and all scholarships awarded to this position are forfeited.
• Shall consider requests by the Executive Branch.
Salery and The Benefits
1) 174,000 a year
2)Members are free to turn down pay increase and some choose to do so
3)some of the best helth care
4) Members are allowed to deduct, for income tax purposes, living expenses up to $3,000 per annum, while away from their congressional districts or home states
5) FERS plus Social Security
6) Full coverage under both CSRS and Social Security
Length and number of terms
1) Term of 6 years each
2) The terms are staggered so that approximately one-third of the seats are up for election every two years
3) This was achieved by dividing the senators of the 1st Congress into thirds (called classes), where the terms of one-third expired after two years, the terms of another third expired after four, and the terms of the last third expired after six years