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Washington Notebook (Pol. Jobs) #319084

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 26, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Job openings in Washington, DC featured; details given of lesser jobs that are not the "plums." [Center for Excellence in Govt. John TRATTNER - discusses issue of who should get what jobs in a new administration] [Transition personnel director Chase UNTERMEYER - says it is a sacrifice for many people to take job in DC.] [On Monday, President-elect George BUSH - makes cabinet selections.] Trattner's book, "The Prune Book: The 100 Toughest Mgt. and Policymaking Jobs in Washington", shown. [TRATTNER - explains "prunes."] Key prune jobs mentioned. [Social Security commissioner Dorcas HARDY - discusses her job.] [UNTERMEYER - says question is how well jobs will be filled.] [HARDY - discusses aim of public service jobs.]

Schieffer, Bob

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