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“It's good although you have to still pay”
“It's flexible and give plenty”
“It's definitely better than private firms I worked for”
Health insurance is provided as well as a proper retirement. You can also accumulate vacation and sick days.
Best: Time Off, Worst: Medical Benefits
sick leave and vacation leave
Sick leave and Vacation leave is the best!
It offers generous amount of sick days and vacation days. Unused vacation days are paid out at the end of your employment.
Great Retirement Available ( PERS) , Sick Leave and Vacation. No 401k option.
For full time year round employees you earn 21 vacation and 21 sick days per year plus all State and Federal holidays off.
Earn 14 hours of sick leave/month plus 14 hours of vacation leave/month
A lot of leave given, forced to pay for Union fees and insurance coverage is great but expensive.
Working as a Personal Assistant is not as good since you work for the state but are not subjected to their benefits or anything else.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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