Poll: Why are fewer California state workers retiring?
03/31/2014 11:30 AM
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As we reported last week, the number of California state employees who took their pensions fell dramatically in the first quarter of this year. March also marked the 10th consecutive month that fewer workers retired when compared to the year before. What’s going on here?
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