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Post by SamCogar on Tue Mar 25, 2014 5:48 am

New Jersey gov't ‘temps’ collecting six-figure pay

With an income exceeding $225,000 last year, Cathy Coyle is the most expensive part-time temp in New Jersey state government.

The Department of Education paid Coyle $151,862 last year as a "special services" employee. The retired Jersey City school executive also collects a $73,765 annual pension from the state.

Coyle is not alone. The state agency's Special Services Unit Q has become a haven for double-dippers who game the pension system with the knowledge of the Christie Administration.

A New Jersey Watchdog investigation found:

* Two-thirds of the top 60 Unit Q special services workers collect state pensions.

* Those 40 employees collected roughly $5.9 million last year -- nearly $2.9 million in state pay, plus almost $3 million from retirement checks.

* Thirty-eight of the double-dippers have six-figure incomes. Five receive more than $200,000 a year.

Read more @  http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/03/24/new-jersey-govt-temps-collecting-six-figure-pay/

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