The Week in Review section from this Sunday's Times contains an interesting article about congressional staffers who have made the "lucrative leap" from Capitol Hill to K Street. And "lucrative" is right:


Superlobbyists might earn up to $1 million a year. Newer recruits earn at least six figures, sometimes starting as high as $200,000 a year, a great leap from the Hill, where salaries vary from office to office but where aides are lucky to break $50,000 a year. Only a small percentage of the more than 16,000 Capitol Hill staff members make more than $100,000.

"What's happened is that the disparity in salaries


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