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Top State & Regional Agencies employers hiring near you include New York City Department of Education with an employee rating of 3.6 out of 5, Metropolitan Transportation Authority rated 3.6 out of 5, Texas Health and Human Services Commission with a rating of 3.0 out of 5, State of Michigan with a 3.8 out of 5, and Army National Guard rated 4.2 out of 5 by employees. To learn more about an employer, click into their Glassdoor profile for employee-submitted reviews, salary information for State & Regional Agencies jobs, company benefits, State & Regional Agencies job openings, and more.

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New York City Department of Education

New York City Department of Education

3.6
Location22 office locations
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryState & Regional Agencies
Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

3.6
Global Company SizeUnknown
IndustryState & Regional Agencies
Texas Health and Human Services Commission

Texas Health and Human Services Commission

3.1
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryState & Regional Agencies
State of Michigan

State of Michigan

3.8
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryState & Regional Agencies
Army National Guard

Army National Guard

4.2
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryNational Agencies
Description

The Army National Guard With more than 380 years of service, the Army National Guard is the largest reserve component, as well as the oldest branch of the U.S. military. In this branch of the Armed Services, you will serve part-time in your own community, where you can be called upon to respond to domestic emergencies and natural disasters. The Army National Guard also can be called up to defend our nation overseas. We provide our members with college tuition assistance and offer attractive benefits on top of paid training in all of our career fields, which enhances your marketability in the civilian workforce. The Army National Guard has more than 343,000 members and has career opportunities in every State, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Visit our website at nationalguard.com for more information.

State of Florida

State of Florida

3.4
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryState & Regional Agencies
State of California

State of California

3.9
Global Company Size51 to 200 Employees
IndustryState & Regional Agencies
Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

3.7
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryState & Regional Agencies
State of Tennessee

State of Tennessee

3.4
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryState & Regional Agencies
Description

State government is the largest employer in Tennessee, with approximately 43,500 employees in the three branches of government. The State of Tennessee has approximately 1,300 different job classifications in areas such as administrative, health services, historic preservation, legal, agriculture, counseling, and medical. If you are interested in becoming an administrative assistant, wildlife officer, physician, education consultant, trooper, computer programmer or an epidemiologist, explore all of the job opportunities the State of Tennessee has to offer.

TxDOT

TxDOT

3.7
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryState & Regional Agencies
Description

Bob Wills saw Miles and Miles of Texas, and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) makes sure that we do too. TxDOT builds and maintains interstate, US, and state highways, as well as farm-to-market roads throughout the state. It also oversees public transportation systems in the state. The aviation division assists local governments manage funds for airport development. In 2009 the agency transferred some its responsibilities, including issuing license plates and vehicle titles, to the newly created Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. The governor-appointed, five-member Texas Transportation Commission oversees TxDOT's work. The agency dates back to the Texas Highway Department, created in 1917.