Jefferson is among the Illinois counties that employ the fewest government workers per capita, according to 2016 Illinois State Comptroller financial reports.
State law requires local governments to self-report financial records each year, including the number of employees whose paychecks come from taxpayers. Employees per capita is calculated to compare staffs across cities and villages.
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25 Illinois counties with the fewest public employees
% of Employees Per Capita
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