Public-sector employees in Wisconsin receive significantly more in health care and pension benefits than their private-sector counterparts, even after Gov. Scott Walker’s 2011 collective bargaining reforms, according to a new study.
Boston public employees are reportedly having a field day under the rule of Gov. Deval Patrick, as the number of government workers earning $100,000 or more a year has jumped by nearly 40 percent since 2007, the Boston Herald reveals.
State government workers earn 3 to 10 percent more money than their counterparts in the private sector, while local government employees tend to make 10 to 19 percent more, a new study reveals.