Sunday, February 22, 2009

Time For The Tiny Violins

Even the mighty are falling victim to a slumping economy. It is, as I've reminded you many times, rough all over.

Former Bush administration officials are having trouble finding work.

The Wall Street Journal reports today that “for many of the roughly 3,000 political appointees who served President George W. Bush, [f]inding work has proved a far tougher task than those appointees expected”: Only 25% to 30% of ex-Bush officials seeking full-time jobs have succeeded, estimated Eric Vautour, a Washington recruiter at Russell Reynolds Associates [...]
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