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House to Vote to Freeze Federal Worker Pay

Bear Trax Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 10:16 AM
There pay is bad enough, but it's the work load that makes those people overpaid. Since there are no competition, government workers never have to produce any results.
Jeff6235 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 10:27 AM
You did not not look at the CBO wage and benefit comparison.
Steve18 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 10:25 AM
Make a complaint to the folks that investigate shady cases of people being denied jobs, or fired,, because of their age...Call the EEOC and lodge a formal complaint. All you will get is envelopes full of 10 to 14 pages to fill out, and then, nothing gets done. Call the good folks in the Philippines or India that handle your kid's college loan accounts (right. Not in America) and see if you can get them to do something besides tell you that the account for $140 K is all correct...if you can understand them..

The House of Representatives today will vote to freeze the pay of federal employees, which would extend a policy that President Obama wants to put to an end. Obama is seeking a pay increase for federal workers.

 

The GOP-led House is expected to pass the bill on Friday, but it's likely to receive a cold reception in the Democratic-controlled Senate.

Budget hawks, in supporting the freeze, say the average federal worker compensation, including benefits, is nearly double the median U.S. household income. They point to a 2012 Congressional Budget Office study showing that, while...

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