10 US States Where An Absurd Percentage Of The Population Works For The Government


Greece’s bloated public sector employs the same share of the workforce — 14.1% — as America’s. Some US states are much worse, giving public jobs to nearly 25% of workers.

A new CEPR report analyzes just how bloated our public sector is.

Surprisingly — as Economix points out — the biggest public sectors aren’t in liberal states like California. They’re in states like Kansas, where people often rail against big government.

Click here to see the states

Gus Lubin | Jun. 6, 2010, 9:31 AM

Source: Business Insider

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