In October, the public sector cut 13,000 jobs while the private sector added 184,000.
But since May 2010, the public sector has cut 1.148 million positions.
The private sector has been adding jobs every months for the last few years while the public sector has been cutting them.
It represents a philosophic consistency that rejects the collectivism of social conservatives and public sector unions alike.
But most of the problem in 401(k)s and public sector pension plans has nothing to do with this undeniable truth.
There are going to be more job losses, particularly in the public sector.
How does it happen that citizens of modest means suffer as public sector unions gain?
“The ACLU attorneys are quite certain that they know what is best for every child in the public sector,” he says.
Workplace violence happens in both the private and public sector.
Though membership has drastically declined, there are now more union members in the public sector than in the private sector.
That part of the economy controlled by the government. (Compare private sector.)