Job market booming at IRS

The IRS is doing a better job at getting new employees on board quickly, a new federal audit has found.

The Treasury Department’s inspector general for tax administration found that the IRS has almost met the goal, set by the Office of Personnel Management, to bring on new hires in 80 days or less.

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By contrast, the agency said in 2009 that it was taking an average of 157 days – or roughly five months – to hire staffers.


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