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EXography: 19 U.S. cities have proportionately bigger workforces than bankrupted Detroit

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Detroit declared bankruptcy due in no small part to $3 billion in unfunded public employee pensions owed a sprawling city workforce that kept growing even as the city’s population shriveled, but a Washington Examiner analysis found that 19 major American cities have even bigger ratios of such workers to residents. The Examiner used the Census Bureau's 2011 Annual Survey of Public Employment and...

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