Some 90 percent of the government’s senior bureaucrats have found postretirement jobs at state affiliates or government-related organizations despite the sluggish economy, a government survey found.

It also revealed that five disgraced police officials, who resigned amid scandals, landed jobs, including those linked to their past careers.

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