Bloomberg Gets a Second Post-Mayor Job

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NEW YORK - OCTOBER 7: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (2nd R) rides the subway downtown to New York City Hall October 7, 2005 in New York City. Bloomberg vowed to ride the subway to work on October 6 during a press conference about a credible security risk in the city's train system. (Photo by Bryan Smith-Pool/Getty Images) Photo: Handout/2005 Getty Images

Ex-mayor Michael Bloomberg already has a new gig at his own media company, but one post-mayor job is not enough for the tireless billionaire, so he's picking up a second. Unless something goes wrong at the last minute, he'll be working for the United Nations as special envoy for cities and climate change, Reuters reports. He's already president of the board of the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, so this isn't much of a stretch. Plus the commute is easy enough. Should work out fine.