KATU Obtained a Report from Oregon Listing State Workers’ Salaries Compared to those in the Private Sector.

Thank You Jeff Krupf and Oregon Capital Watch for bringing this to Steve Dunn at KATU.
The state is using an average salary for groups of employees. So imagine an employee is making $10,000 a month in total compensation in the private sector, and say the state worker is making a market ratio of 140 percent. That means the state worker would make $14,000 in total compensation a month for doing basically the same job as someone in the private sector. "When I served in the Legislature, I never knew this report existed," Kropf said. "Nobody in that building sees this report. Only the governor sees it, the Department of Administrative Services, and the unions because this is use for collective bargaining."


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