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    Average weekly earnings fall - The Irish Times - Thu, Oct 21, 2010
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    In the private sector, hourly earnings were unchanged over the 12 months to the end of June at 19.32. During the same period, public sector hourly earnings fell by 4.2 per cent from 30.07 to 28.81.

    Miles ahead per hour before the rolls royce pension and job security is factored in. God i almost feel sorry for these hard done by public sector workers. Its all a conspiracy by CSO and ESRI (state controlled agencies) against the PS . Come on in IMF/EU and save us from the parasites in the PS (not all in PS are parasites but a large amount are)

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    Very astute

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    Quote Originally Posted by politicaldonations View Post
    Average weekly earnings fall - The Irish Times - Thu, Oct 21, 2010
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    In the private sector, hourly earnings were unchanged over the 12 months to the end of June at 19.32. During the same period, public sector hourly earnings fell by 4.2 per cent from 30.07 to 28.81.

    Miles ahead per hour before the rolls royce pension and job security is factored in. God i almost feel sorry for these hard done by public sector workers. Its all a conspiracy by CSO and ESRI (state controlled agencies) against the PS . Come on in IMF/EU and save us from the parasites in the PS (not all in PS are parasites but a large amount are)
    I am sorry but that is complete cobblers from start to finish. Did you forget to take your anti-paranoia tablets again?
    "In [Ireland] a wife is regarded as a chattel, just as a thoroughbred mare or cow." Mr Justice Butler in the Irish courts. 'Traditional Marriage' in the 1970s.

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    Will ya cop on lumping the 9 euro an hour street sweeper in with the college professor on 300 grand will always get a silly bloody average wage . Why blame the PS on everything
    Again and again every year until theirs no PS they who will yas bloody blame .Stop following every line they feed yas as its getting very boring. Is this politics.ie or Public Service bashing .ie. Most are on the Near minimum bloody wage go after the higher paid FF appointed henchmen thats who are bleeding us dry

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    Quote Originally Posted by king5494 View Post
    Will ya cop on lumping the 9 euro an hour street sweeper in with the college professor on 300 grand will always get a silly bloody average wage . Why blame the PS on everything
    Again and again every year until theirs no PS they who will yas bloody blame .Stop following every line they feed yas as its getting very boring. Is this politics.ie or Public Service bashing .ie. Most are on the Near minimum bloody wage go after the higher paid FF appointed henchmen thats who are bleeding us dry
    But all the big bad fat cats on millions a year are in the private sector! Anyway even after controlling for relevant skill levels ESRI showed the public sector vastly overpaid by domestic and international standards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by politicaldonations View Post
    Average weekly earnings fall - The Irish Times - Thu, Oct 21, 2010
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    In the private sector, hourly earnings were unchanged over the 12 months to the end of June at 19.32. During the same period, public sector hourly earnings fell by 4.2 per cent from 30.07 to 28.81.

    Miles ahead per hour before the rolls royce pension and job security is factored in. God i almost feel sorry for these hard done by public sector workers. Its all a conspiracy by CSO and ESRI (state controlled agencies) against the PS . Come on in IMF/EU and save us from the parasites in the PS (not all in PS are parasites but a large amount are)
    WOnder what or if work to rule and strike action etc would have been relevent factors during this period ?
    The true "front line workers" are the private sector paye employees who are first to take the bullet. Cannon fodder for their state and the public sector.

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    working here as a supervisor in a homeless shelter been paid 12hr by the HSE .shift starts at 9pm goes on until 9am no overtime no extra pay for Sunday etc. working on my own trying to mind 18 young people from the ages of 18 to 24 had 4 attempted suicides in the last month . Spent all last night trying to get a client admitted to the local mental unit he suffers from severe paranoia . They only took him in after he slit his wrists.
    Welcome to the public sector

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    Quote Originally Posted by politicaldonations View Post
    But all the big bad fat cats on millions a year are in the private sector! Anyway even after controlling for relevant skill levels ESRI showed the public sector vastly overpaid by domestic and international standards.
    How can you compare graded public servants like Guards ,Soldiers, Prison Officers etc to the private sector. there are no comparable jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by king5494 View Post
    How can you compare graded public servants like Guards ,Soldiers, Prison Officers etc to the private sector. there are no comparable jobs.
    I beg to differ, Bill cullen is always saying he is a warrior in business, so that has to be the same. Although in comparison, our soldiers are vastly underpaid.
    ?????

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    The wonderful Irish Private Sector, saving us all a fortune every day






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