Following a flurry of White House shake-ups, "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon introduced a new job-finding service for recently ousted White House staffers.

A commercial for a LinkedIn parody site called KickedOut is set to air on Tuesday evening's episode of Fallon's late-night show. The satirical site, which is "the only jobs website made for people who've been fired from the Trump administration," takes aim at multiple individuals who recently departed from the White House.

Only 11 days after it was announced Anthony Scaramucci would take over as White House communications director, he lost the job Monday following profane comments about his colleagues and threats to fire "everybody " in order to stop leaks. Four days before Scaramucci's exit, Reince Priebus was replaced by John Kelly as White House chief of staff, and on July 21 Sean Spicer announced he would be stepping down as White House press secretary.