If you run a business, ask yourself this question, would you hire a former bureaucrat?
There are a few instances where you would hire a former bureaucrat. If you run a defense industry and want an insider, yes. If you want a security person you might hire a former policeman or fireman. The same goes for a teacher.
On the other hand, the longer a person worked in any bureaucracy, the less desirable will be that persons work habits and employment attitudes.
There are very few jobs in the free market where seniority is more highly valued than productivity. That seniority over productivity quality is almost the definition of a bureaucrat.
It is because of the unwillingness of rational people in the open market to hire bureaucrats that we have two serious social problems.
One is that government is a malignant cancer. No one in a government position is willing to fire someone else, knowing they will never get work again.
Two, government workers are stuck in their job for life, therefore they cling to it and they further emphasize the necessity for seniority over merit.