Friday, November 5, 2010

Gov. Christie says N.J. to shed
at least 1,200 public employees by next year

Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., is my favorite governor. Here's one example of why.

Trenton — State government is on track to shed at least 1,200 jobs in January, Gov. Chris Christie said today.

"Whether it will grow beyond that, I don't know," he said at a Statehouse press conference. "That's very much going to be dependent on what the revenue outlook looks like for the state."

The job cuts include layoffs and attrition, spokesman Michael Drewniak said.


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