Opportunities for Women’s Studies Majors Bleaker

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Because the federal government is actually contracting. “All told, the government shed about 16,000 jobs between January and September, according to an analysis by The Washington Post, citing data from the Office of Personnel Management,” Eric Boehm writes on Reason.com. “That stands in stark contrast to the first nine months of the Obama administration, when the federal workforce grew by 68,000.”

“It’s the first time the federal workforce has declined in the first year of a new administration since it fell by about 70,000 under Bill Clinton in 1993.”