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Austan Goolsbee, who spent the last 30 months trying to push the U.S. economy to create jobs, is leaving the White House to save his own: The president’s top economic adviser is heading back to the University of Chicago so he won’t lose tenure.
Goolsbee, 41, is the latest in a string of administration officials to leave Washington to avoid surrendering their permanent jobs in academia.