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Posted: 11/3/2009 9:20:18 AM EST
Some people never learn. In this economy those workers need to be glad to just have a good job with benefits.


Union workers, who earn an average $52,000 a year, are seeking an annual 4 percent wage hike and want to keep the current 1 percent contribution they make toward the cost of their health care coverage.

Maloney said SEPTA was offering an 11.5 percent wage increase over 5 years, with no raise in the first year, and increases in workers' pensions.

Link Posted: 11/3/2009 9:27:12 AM EST
At least they were nice enough to wait after game 5 of the WS to strike.
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