93 employees reported this benefit
The state offers a pension plan that previously employees now have to pay into
As I stated before, It is not a bad deal if you stay 30 years. Every year you retire early, you lose 5% per year. So staying 30 years is your best option.
Was good but they are slowly whittling away at it.
I am very satisfied with the pension plan offered to full-time employees that work at the State of Florida.
Great pension package options to choose from.
State pensions for regular service members was decent, until state began requiring employees to pay additional dollars towards their portion while reducing benefits.
good return on investments and plans
FRS (Florida Retirement System) offers Pension and Investment Plans for employees based on their length of employment with State of Florida
The state legislature is constantly making changes so the pension is not as great as it used to be
Good plan. Designed as a non-contributory system. Vested after 7 years.