Executive Office of Pennsylvania

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Chuck Ardo
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  • State government work has retirement advantages but the job may not be as rewarding as in the private sector.

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    Current Employee - Intern in Harrisburg, PA
    Current Employee - Intern in Harrisburg, PA


    They are very flexible with hours, the 7.5 hour work day is also nice. If you are a career employee you cannot beat the retirement - pension and healthcare. You really can find many competant employees that are experts in their field.


    It is a stereotypical bureaucracy. Much of the work is repetitive. Duplication is common. You do not feel as though you are working towards a goal such as a profit margin or net income amount. A lot of the work seems like maintenance of the giant organization.

    Advice to Management

    Do away with the pension benefits and pay competitive salaries to employees. Senior management positions pay 3-4 times as much in the private sector. Make state wages similar and get rid of SERS.

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Website www.governor.state.pa.us
Headquarters Harrisburg, PA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1776
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

The Executive Office of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania governs the more than 12 million residents of the Keystone State. The governor, who is Pennsylvania's chief executive, manages a budget of roughly $28 billion. The governor appoints (with senate approval) a cabinet of secretaries which head up the state's various agencies including Conservation & Natural Resources, Community and Economic Development, Education, and Military & Veterans Affairs. Governor Edward Rendell began his term of office in 2003.

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