This chart shows how many state workers filed retirement papers since CalPERS began tracking the numbers in 2007.
This chart shows how many state workers filed retirement papers since CalPERS began tracking the numbers in 2007. CalPERS
This chart shows how many state workers filed retirement papers since CalPERS began tracking the numbers in 2007. CalPERS

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California state worker retirements fall slightly in 2014, but trending up

January 12, 2015 11:04 AM

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