Last Four Years Were Worst For Public Workers Since World War II

From ThinkProgress Mon Jan 7 2013, 09:25:17

Over the last three months, one public employee has been fired for every five private sector workers that have found a job. Since the end of 2008, nearly 700,000 public sector workers have lost their jobs, which the New York Times' Floyd Norris notes, makes the last four years the worst for public employment since [...]

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