Labor Secretary Marty Walsh to leave Biden administration to run NHL Players' Association, reports
A former union official, Walsh is expected to earn about $3 million annually with the Players' Association.
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Labor Secretary Marty Walsh will reportedly leave his Cabinet post to become the executive director of the NHL Players' Association.
Walsh is expected to be the first major agency head to leave the Biden administration, according to multiple media reports. His departure comes as the Biden administration prepares for a possible reelection campaign.
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain departed Wednesday,
A former union official, Walsh is expected to earn about $3 million annually with the Players' Association and live in Boston, where he previously served as mayor, according to the hockey outlet the Daily Faceoff.
An official announcement may be made by the end of the week after a formal Players' Association executive board vote, which is expected to be unanimous.