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New York City Department of Education Pension Plan

316 employees reported this benefit

4.3
47 Ratings

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Jun 8, 2022
4.0
Former Employee

It can be quite difficult to work through the system , get questions answered etc

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May 2, 2022
4.0
Former Senior Education Specialist in New York, NY, New York State

Same as the reti benefits at the age of 65

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May 1, 2022
5.0
Former Employee

Can’t withdraw after 10 years of service

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Apr 21, 2022
4.0
Former Technology Specialist in Brooklyn, NY, New York State

public school teachers, clergy members, employees of religious institutions or nonprofits, and some charities — are not offered 401(k)’s. Instead they typically must rely on what are known as 403(b) plans, many of which are more lightly regulated.

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Mar 1, 2022
5.0
Former TESOL Teacher in New York, NY, New York State

The Best is interest rate.

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Feb 15, 2022
4.0
Current Special Education Teacher in Bronx, NY, New York State

Vested requires 10 years of service.

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Jun 17, 2021
5.0
Current Employee

Pension benefits vary by your tier so these days it does take much longer to vest. If you plan to work for the city for several years, it's a really amazing option to have!

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Jan 12, 2021
5.0
Former Middle School ScienceTeacher in New York, NY, New York State

Pension plan can be adjusted to your personal goals.

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Oct 27, 2020
3.0
Current Parent Coordinator in New York, NY, New York State

contributions should be higher from employer

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Aug 12, 2020
5.0
Current SLP in Queens Village, NY, New York State

Good pension from the NYC DOE

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