Like the spring weather, the annual sunshine list came out a little early this year.
The so-called “sunshine list” includes disclosure of the compensation paid to public sector workers who earn more than $100,000 per year.
It’s an annual ritual of paddling the public sector for daring to make a reasonable living.
Nor does the sunshine list measure all the big earners who do public sector work.
That’s because increasingly this work is being delivered by the private sector.