Nearly 4800 state workers are heading for retirement, saving the state of Michigan millions of dollars.
4,755 workers opted to retire and officials predict that will add up to $60 million in savings next year.
The state had originally projected 3,300 people would take the early retirement incentive.
Those who decided not to retire, will have to pay three percent of their salary toward health care costs.
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