New “Minimum Wage” for Government Work Is $100K


The new ‘minimum wage’ for government work is now $100,000+. Most people paying for this make much less and it’s unsustainable. The average salary in the US is $52,013.

Adam Andrzejewski of Open the Books writes that “While crime skyrockets in the neighborhoods, test scores plummet in the public schools, and inflation decimates private-sector paychecks, the Illinois public employee class is living the good life.

“Our auditors at found nearly 500 educators in the public schools with salaries between $200,000 and $439,000. In small towns, city managers made up to $341,300. Three doctors at the University of Illinois at Chicago earned incomes between $1 million and $2.1 million.”

There are 132,188 Public Employees With $100,000+ paychecks that costs taxpayers $17 billion. The governments are buying votes from unions.

This wild spending goes on in California, New York, Texas, and other cities.

Let’s not forget what Joe Biden is doing:

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3 months ago

The Government must reduce wages to their Civilian equivalents. Actually lower, because of benefits and lax production requirements.

Peter B. Prange
Peter B. Prange
3 months ago

In communist tradition the serfs serve the masters.