Wages climb quickly in a proposed contract for state firefighters, with some gaining raises of as much as 13.8 percent in 2017. A 2014 state survery showed that state firefighters earn about one-third less in total compensation than their counterparts at local fire departments.
Wages climb quickly in a proposed contract for state firefighters, with some gaining raises of as much as 13.8 percent in 2017. A 2014 state survery showed that state firefighters earn about one-third less in total compensation than their counterparts at local fire departments. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file, 2015
Wages climb quickly in a proposed contract for state firefighters, with some gaining raises of as much as 13.8 percent in 2017. A 2014 state survery showed that state firefighters earn about one-third less in total compensation than their counterparts at local fire departments. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file, 2015

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Raises climb quickly in new Cal Fire contract

January 11, 2017 05:05 PM

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