Gov. Greg Abbott’s hiring freeze seeks to save $200 million by freezing vacancies in publicly funded jobs through Aug. 31, the end of the state budget year. Public safety positions generally are exempt, and many colleges and agencies are filing waivers seeking to spare other jobs.
Gov. Greg Abbott’s hiring freeze seeks to save $200 million by freezing vacancies in publicly funded jobs through Aug. 31, the end of the state budget year. Public safety positions generally are exempt, and many colleges and agencies are filing waivers seeking to spare other jobs. Marie D. De Jesus Houston Chronicle via AP
Gov. Greg Abbott’s hiring freeze seeks to save $200 million by freezing vacancies in publicly funded jobs through Aug. 31, the end of the state budget year. Public safety positions generally are exempt, and many colleges and agencies are filing waivers seeking to spare other jobs. Marie D. De Jesus Houston Chronicle via AP

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April 20, 2017 5:21 PM

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