Best The opportunity to convert to a state contracted company, and the required training for some state worker positions, weekly pay, you could apply for a state position after the 22 week training, even if you haven't converted from CFA which would mean great benefits, paid holidays are the draw, as the state government has a lot more holidays then most companies provide. Worst No paid holidays, sick days, strict attendance policy, minimum contact from agency, unless you are violating the attendance policy, it can be a year+ to convert, and then you still have to wait their required time to receive benefits, so basically you are working for wages only 18+ months, I've heard they aren't the greatest and high medical coverage costs.
No benefits. Insurance is offered, but it is crappy insurance at best.
The best thing I like about the job is u can move up the ladder easy. The worst thing I hate about it is its hard to stay on the list to work
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