Report finds that the city of Durango worker wages are too low

Durango doesn’t pay its workers enough, and if the municipality doesn’t start paying more soon, residents may see a decline in services, according to a study on city employee compensation.

Employee turnover – fueled by lower-than-average wages for city employees, an aging population of baby boomer workers retiring and a new generation of millennial employees who often change jobs after just a few years – is, in effect, draining city resources, an Illinois-based human resources consulting firm found after an evaluation of 166 city positions.

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