A decline of 19,000-plus employees in NYC’s workforce and various unfilled vacancies is rivaling the city’s murkiest staffing levels since the 2008 recession, as a revolving door of social workers, public safety officials and lawyers have yet to be filled. In a report published Monday by state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, turnover at city agencies is … Continue reading NYC lost 19K municipal jobs during the pandemic. Despite decade-high hiring, gaps and vacancies remain in critical agencies.
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