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According to data shown below:  there are seasonally adjusted

6, 625,700 workers in ILLINOIS   TAXES COLLECTED in IL  total  $       41,043,963,227

IL spending  including
new debt equals  $163.5 billion   divided equally  by  6,625,700 workers equals $24,674. 00 per every
single worker;  today. Goes up every day.

IL pension funding for state workers as a tax burden      In 2005, the state’s combined annual contribution to its five state-run government-worker funds was $1.7 billion. In fiscal year 2015, the amount jumped to $6.9 billion, quadruple the 2005 amount.

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http://www.usdebtclock.org/state-debt-clocks/state-of-illinois-debt-clock.html

http://www.bls.gov/eag/eag.il.htm

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6,669.5

6,661.0

6,625.7

6,592.7

6,570.8

(P) 6,565.3

 

The crisis threatens to burden taxpayers with massive, ever-escalating taxes to bail out a system that is not sustainable – government-worker pensions consume a fourth of the state’s budget.

 https://www.illinoispolicy.org/illinois-budget-crunch-no-cash-for-pensions/

 

 

white’>The following table lists state and local full-time equivalent (FTE) employees per 10,000 residents. Since education employment is so large — roughly half the workforce — it’s excluded from these calculations and is presented separately below. Note that there’s a much
larger variation in the figures covering only state government employment. How
responsibilities are divided between states and their localities varies
considerably, so combined state and local government employment provides for a
more comprehensive measure. ‘>  

State

State/Local
FTE Employment

State/Local
FTEs Per 10K Pop.

State
Gov. FTE Employment

State
FTEs Per 10K Pop.

 

Alabama

138,758

286

44,045

91

 

Alaska

28,858

392

18,057

245

 

Arizona

128,803

191

42,076

63

 

Arkansas

71,048

239

35,172

119

 

California

883,408

228

235,973

61

 

Colorado

129,933

243

33,785

63

 

Connecticut

75,782

211

41,355

115

 

Delaware

23,721

253

17,806

190

 

Florida

424,961

213

111,102

56

 

Georgia

217,872

216

68,463

68

 

Hawaii

37,583

265

21,072

148

 

Idaho

37,040

227

14,195

87

 

Illinois

264,211

205

63,199

49

 

Indiana

131,762

200

30,223

46

 

Iowa

73,089

235

25,907

83

 

Kansas

79,087

272

27,301

94

 

Kentucky

97,173

220

44,292

100

 

Louisiana

132,113

284

45,288

97

 

Maine

28,649

215

13,424

101

 

Maryland

133,946

224

56,906

95

 

Massachusetts

139,429

206

63,417

94

 

Michigan

182,391

184

67,024

68

 

Minnesota

121,740

223

41,586

76

 

Mississippi

91,036

304

35,782

120

 

Missouri

145,324

240

55,890

92

 

Montana

26,872

263

12,817

125

 

Nebraska

54,527

290

19,067

101

 

Nevada

53,690

189

17,733

62

 

New
Hampshire

27,843

210

11,402

86

 

New
Jersey

205,211

230

89,732

100

 

New
Mexico

55,987

268

26,646

128

 

New
York

623,162

316

179,785

91

 

North
Carolina

258,933

260

79,085

80

 

North
Dakota

20,404

276

9,936

134

 

Ohio

262,318

226

63,627

55

 

Oklahoma

89,707

231

36,454

94

 

Oregon

95,290

240

42,360

107

 

Pennsylvania

257,459

201

98,791

77

 

Rhode
Island

21,981

208

12,379

117

 

South
Carolina

123,451

256

44,381

92

 

South
Dakota

19,318

226

8,552

100

 

Tennessee

154,624

236

42,860

65

 

Texas

562,650

209

176,444

65

 

Utah

63,422

215

27,985

95

 

Vermont

14,680

234

9,132

146

 

Virginia

188,522

226

68,072

82

 

Washington

183,248

259

64,039

91

 

West
Virginia

44,645

241

24,917

135

 

Wisconsin

114,565

199

33,321

58

 

Wyoming

26,073

446

9,340

160

 

normal;background:white’>Figures represent
aggregate totals for noneducation public employees. See 
note below.

SOURCE: Governing calculations of U.S. Census Bureau 2014 Annual Survey of Public Employment & Payroll data

margin-left:0in;mso-outline-level:4;background:white’>Public Employee Payroll Co

 

http://www.revenue.state.il.us/Publications/AnnualReport/2015-Table-1.pdf

 

total taxes collected in IL 2015 

Collections Grand Total (Sections 1 and 2)     $       41,043,963,227

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