Cadillac Deval Hired 1,300 State Workers During Fiscal Meltdown

The price tag?  A cool $46 million.

The Patrick administration filled more than 1,300 state jobs this year –  including a librarian for cons, a painter for hospitals and a “game biologist” – in a hiring frenzy that has watchdogs questioning whether the governor has a tight grip on hiring in the face of a dire fiscal crisis.

A Herald payroll analysis also indicates scores of the lucky job-seekers also gave generously to Gov. Deval Patrick’s election campaign.

The hiring flurry is alarming state budget observers who slammed the governor for dishing out plum posts – including 20 that carry salaries of $100,000 or more – with no apparent rhyme or reason.

Shockingly, dozens among the new-hire hacks donated to Deval’s election campaign.

A Herald payroll analysis also indicates scores of the lucky job-seekers also gave generously to Gov. Deval Patrick’s election campaign.

Hackopalooza.

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2 thoughts on “Cadillac Deval Hired 1,300 State Workers During Fiscal Meltdown

  1. That’s one of the ways that the Left cooks the books regarding unemployment statistics, they just hire on the local, state and federal levels and say “see we gained so many jobs”. Private industry is what fuels the economy. Obama should have been concentrating on job creation in private industry and put off the attempted take-over of the health care industry.

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