I Guess They Saw It Coming
The New York State Department of Labor has released Current Employment Survey data for February, and it seems various publicly funded entities around the state pretty much figured what the state budget would bring. New York City's local government cut another 1,600 jobs over the year to February 2007, while the state as a whole added 6,300, meaning the rest of the state added 7,900. In New York City, meanwhile, home health care employment rose by 5,400 from February 2006 to February 2007, and hospitals added 1,300 dues payers and campaign contributors. Er, service providers.
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