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State's public-employee pay ranks high

Published: Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 - 1:32 pm | Page 4A
Last Modified: Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 - 1:37 pm

California state and local government employees remain among the highest-paid in the nation, according to revised 2010 data released this week by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Full-time monthly pay for March 2010 in the District of Columbia averaged $5,900, followed by California at $5,774 and New Jersey $5,540. Nationally, the average pay for full-time state and local public employees was $4,388 for the March 2010 period sampled by the bureau.

California also claimed about 1.8 million state and local government workers, a tad over one-tenth of the nation's non-federal government employees. Still, the Golden State's ratio of 478 state and local employees per 10,000 residents has been a cellar-dweller for years. The state employee-to-California resident ratio runs at about 110 per 10,000, which is also close to the nation's lowest.

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