California state physical therapists will receive a 17 percent raise in 2017 under a new contract their union announced this week. All state AFSCME members would receive a 7 percent wage increase, with physical therapists gaining an extra bump.
California state physical therapists will receive a 17 percent raise in 2017 under a new contract their union announced this week. All state AFSCME members would receive a 7 percent wage increase, with physical therapists gaining an extra bump. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file, 2013
California state physical therapists will receive a 17 percent raise in 2017 under a new contract their union announced this week. All state AFSCME members would receive a 7 percent wage increase, with physical therapists gaining an extra bump. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file, 2013

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Raises for state workers: AFSCME latest union to strike a deal

December 20, 2016 4:32 PM

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