Since Republicans won the White House, the Senate and the House, there is very little demand for Democrat staffers and consultants in Washington, DC right now.
Isn’t that a shame?
Obama and Clinton loyalists grapple with Trump recession
The job market is about to get even more crowded for Washington Democrats, as thousands of Obama appointees join the hundreds of Clinton campaign staffers looking for employment.
There’s rarely been less demand for their services.
The Trump tornado is tearing up post-election planning around the Beltway. It’s not just that those 4,000 administration jobs are no longer available to Hillary for America alumni, or that failed Senate candidates like Russ Feingold and Katie McGinty won’t be able to hire their staff on the Hill. There are also the lobbying firms, trade associations and corporate government affairs offices that are pitching senior Obama aides’ resumes into the round file while scrambling to hire operatives with Republican connections.
It’s insult to injury for a generation of young operatives who are still managing their shock and grief from Hillary Clinton’s loss.
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Democrats will now know what life has been like for millions of average Americans for the last eight years.
Not having job prospects stinks.