Income Inequality in the USA

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    Feb 27, 2016 4:25 PM GMT
    US government work is pretty sweet, if you can get it. If you have to pay for it... not so much.

    The government has one of the highest paid work-forces in the country. Federal bureaucrats make 78% more in total compensation than people in the private sector. State and local employees make on average 25% more.

    Combined with laws that make it extremely difficult to fire public employees, even for explicit or criminal misconduct, it's no wonder that hardly anyone leaves.

    http://fee.org/articles/in-government-nobody-quits-and-you-cant-get-fired/
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    Feb 27, 2016 6:46 PM GMT
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    Distribution of the Wealth During Presidential Administrations

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    Feb 28, 2016 3:31 AM GMT
    When the economy tanked, people that were formerly office workers quickly sought after city jobs. Either administrative or law enforcement or fire fighting. Great pay, great benefits. And if you ride out the full service, you can retire with a very generous pension.