An enterprising job hunting firm MyWorkSearch.co.uk have compiled a list of recommended jobs for MPs should they not be re-elected next week.
Gordon Brown as a Community Diversity Officer? David Cameron as an organic butcher? Nick Clegg as a plumber? Whilst these may seem far fetched occupations for the countryâs political leaders, these are the careers that a leading job hunting firm, MyWorkSearch, has recommended for the party leaders should they be looking for work post May 6th. Experts at the firm entered the profiles of some of the countryâs leading politicians using its personalised assessment test tool and came out with a string of startling suggestions for politicians to try, should they not be an MP post the general election.
The jobs portal found that the Prime Minister would be a perfect Community Diversity Officer, having successfully placated Gillian Duffy, the pensioner he branded a âbigotâ earlier in the week, whilst David Cameron, with his liking for (public sector) cuts and love of the outdoors would make an ideal butcher. Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, who likes putting a spanner in the works, is recommended to try his hand at plumbing should things not work out for him next Thursday.
The database also found that original âBlair Babeâ Jacqui Smith would make an ideal Ann Summerâs party organiser, George Osborne an estate agent and Vince Cable, used to playing second fiddle, would be an ideal second-hand car salesman. Perhaps unsurprisingly, BNP leader Nick Griffin, who is used to being abused in public, would make a perfect traffic warden should he not be elected to parliament.
Having searched though 12 politiciansâ profiles, the full list of recommendations is as follows:
Richard Alberg, Chief Executive at MyWorkSearch said
âJust because youâre out of a job doesnât mean you donât have skills that can be employed usefully elsewhere. Our list of alternative jobs for MPâs demonstrates this and we hope that come May 6th, if any of these MPâs do need further career advice then we can help them in this searchâ.
They don’t seem to have attempted the difficult task of finding something useful for our Vera to do….