Ohio State University employs nearly 90 diversity-related administrative employees, which costs taxpayers in the Buckeye State about $7.3 million in salaries and benefits annually, according to an analysis by The College Fix.
The 88 administrators receive an estimated $7.3 million in total compensation, which includes $5.38 million in salaries and an estimated $1.89 million in fringe benefits.
“To put that administrative expense into perspective, about 750 in-state students could get a full scholarship for tuition and fees if those dollars were directed to student financial aid. Stated differently, it takes the entire tuition dollars from 750 in-state students to pay for those 88 diversicrats,” economics Professor Mark Perry told The College Fix.
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These type of high-paying useless sinecure jobs in the public sector are the only way that minorities will be able to hold six- and seven-figure income jobs. It’s time that we wake up, and realize that vile fact, by stopping the creation of this idiotic artificial “economy”.
The proliferation of these overpaid administrators at colleges and universities is fueled doubtlessly by student indebtedness.
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