Surprising, I would have thought Hank Paulson would get as far away from Washington, D.C. as possible when his term ends. But it looks like the Treasury Secretary's next move will be a position at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, which is located right in the nation's capitol.
From The Washington Post:
In an interview on his last official workday at the department, Paulson said he decided on SAIS to have an office and "a place to hang my hat." He said he plans to stay for at least several months before deciding what to do next.
Paulson said he has yet to make up his mind on a long-term career option but wants to be involved in nature conservation. A former chairman of Goldman Sachs, Paulson added that he is not interested in taking a job as a chief executive of a company, nor is he seeking to make money.
You'll recall that Paulson is a birding buff. He even owns his own exotic bird-watching island off the Georgia coastline.