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Um, Pass: Employers Don't Seem To Want To Touch Ex-Trump Staffers With Barge Pole


The resumes of former White House staff usually go straight to the top of the pile when it comes to getting top jobs. After all, they've had the unparalleled experience of years of dealing with some of the toughest crises in government. But according to Business Insider, Trump administration staffers aren't finding such a post-POTUS cushy landing. As businesses begin to shun Trump enterprises, one PR recruiter said they had received inquiries from at least 15 people from the White House looking for jobs. The headhunter took on six people as clients, but none were able to even secure an interview with corporations they had applied to. It's just very hard. You're supposed to put anyone in front of a job that has the credentials. Morally, it's hard for people to want to work with them. Public Relations Recruiter

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