Chapter 8: Austrian Civil Service Examination

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The Austrian Government had been quite busy lately. After the war, the government's promised military honors had to be fulfilled; properties recently taken over from the Church needed management; and the implementation of compulsory education required strong cooperation from local authorities…

With so much governmental work piling up, naturally, there was a shortage of hands. Since there was a need for more personnel, recruitment from outside was necessary.

In this world, there might be a shortage of any kind of talent, but there will never be a shortage of people who want to become officials.

Of course, there would be exceptions in less desirable locations, but that was absolutely impossible in Austria itself.

Who knows how many scions of the nobility were at home unemployed, struggling to find opportunities, gradually degenerating into parasites.

Now that an opportunity had arisen, they certainly intended to join the ruling elite.