Compensation not significantly different
ISER study looks at wage, benefits of private, state, municipal workers from 2009-13; generally private pay a bit more, benefits less
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A new study by the University of Alaska Anchorage’s Institute of Social and Economic Research finds compensation — salary and benefits — not significantly different between public and private workers.
ISER researchers Mouhcine Guettabi and Matt Berman studied wage and benefits of private and state....
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State, local workers 22% of total
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