DOJ Among Best Places to Work Survey Finds
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Maybe this explains why Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is so reluctant to quit. A survey found the Department of Justice to be among the best places to work in the government. Of course some officials no longer work there after a controversy over firing prosecutors, but Gonzales remains. And he sent a memo May 17 celebrating his department's high ranking. He thanks the remaining employees for their willingness to put service before self.
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