04/02/2014 09:07 am ET Updated Apr 02, 2014

With Payrolls Slashed, Some Miami-Dade Departments Fare Better Than Others


Since becoming mayor in 2011, Carlos Gimenez has presided over a shrinking government workforce. Some payrolls have shrunk more than others.

Compared to the final budget before Gimenez took office, Miami-Dade employs about 7.5 percent fewer people now: 25,600 people versus 27,600 in 2011 under then-mayor Carlos Alvarez.

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