Discussion about changes to health benefits and pensions seem to be enough to increase retirement filings. New state numbers show that over 20,000 employees filed for retirement in 2010, which is more than a 60 percent increase from the year prior. Gov. Chris Christie has been pushing to have public employees pay more into their health and pension payments, pushing more employees out the door.
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