Moscow, Jan 12 (Agencies): Several of the Russian spies, who were deported from the US in the biggest post-Cold war spy swap in July last summer, have found lucrative jobs at home, according to a media report.

Natalia Pereverzeva aka Patricia Mills, one of the 11 Russian sleeper agents, has become the second of the group to receive a high-ranking post in a state-run company, the Kommersant business daily reported on Tuesday.

Pereverzeva, who was a housewife when she lived in the United States, has been made an aide to the president of state pipeline operator Transneft.

Ten of the agents were sent back to Russia in July in return for four US spies in the biggest spy swap since the Cold War.

Andrei Bezrukov aka Donald Heathfield, another member of the spy ring, was appointed advisor to the director of state-controlled oil major Rosneft in October last.

However, the red haired 'Bond Girl' Anna Chapman, is the only spy in the limelight.

She is an aide to president of a bank linked to defence and space industry and has joined the leadership of Molodaya Gvardiya (Young Guard), the youth wing of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's United Russia party.