The Securities and Exchange Commission has a "Help Wanted" sign out. It is looking to employ an organizational psychologist who would help improve employee attitudes and job satisfaction by reducing burnout, conflict, and stress. Wait in line, SEC. There are lots of jobs like that.
I understand that this is a new position and it will pay up to $147,978 a year. I don't know where they got such a well-rounded figure but we're talking about the SEC, remember? Oh, applicants must have a degree in psychology (I guess that would help), and preferably a Master's or Ph.D.
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