EPA advertises $84,000 ‘environmental justice’ job, no degree necessary

Is your home in foreclosure? Has your Democratic congressman called for a crippling boycott of your business?

Maybe you should apply for this job at the Environmental Protection Agency. Become an environmental justice activist, and make a good salary at taxpayer expense, no degree necessary.

(CNSNews.com) The Environmental Protection Agency is looking to hire an environmental protection specialist who will help the agency accomplish its “environmental justice goals.” The job, in New York City, pays up to $84,146 a year, and according to the job listing on the government Web site, “You do not need a degree to qualify for this position.”

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