A growing number of professions are at risk of being replaced by multi-talented politicians.
Politicians are getting better at other people’s business.
The most recent casualty of the politicianisation trend are clowns. Two of their resident clowns have already returned their wigs and red noses and moved to Germany to work as chimney sweeps, the Budapest Grand Circus has confirmed.
The Budapest theme park has closed its scary ride due to lack of interest in the wake of the national consultation campaigns and the Budapest zoo retired its skunks.
“I don’t think it is going to happen next year or the year after, but once politicians become sentient, you’ll start to see a dramatic change in how they take over everyone’s job,” one analyst said. “Our study identified more than 700 occupations at risk of takeover by politician. Gravediggers, priests, pickpockets and the neighborhood’s unfriendly beggar – all have to find a new profession soon.”
Politicians are capable of doing many more jobs and they are turning their attention to a job near to you, it has been confirmed. “Politicians are replacing workers at an alarming rate,” an analyst added.