When Putting ‘White House’ on Your Resume Doesn’t Help

“Listing a White House gig on your resume used to be considered a sparkling credential, reflecting a stint at the apex of the country’s political power,” the Boston Globe reports.

“But as with so many other things about Donald Trump’s unconventional presidency, former staffers in a White House plagued by constant intrigue and controversy are finding their association with this president a bit more complicated for post-administration prospects.”

“That’s left current and former staffers — and there are a lot of them — stuck with the advice no job-seeker wants: Adjust your expectations.”

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