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‘Deductible is $5000, max out of pocket is $8,000, but hsa contribution is only $2,200’
‘PTO accrues very quickly, 3 personal days a year’
‘Pension vests after 10 years ’
Compensation includes all federal and state holidays. New years day, MLK day, Memorial day, Independence day, Labor day, election day, Veterans day, thanksgiving day and Christmas day.
Awesome benefits. Paid sick leave and pervac also!
The best offering it the onsite medical office.
Plenty of PTO, opportunity for pension, family deductible is $5,000 a year and the hsa contributions are only $2,200 a year
Best - pension plan, affordable health coverage. Worst - you cannot use vacation days for 6 months.
Best- They offer benefits Cons- The pay is so low it seems necessary and less like a perk
Great benefits and great health plans. Work for both individuals and families
The health insurance was better at one time. A pension is still a pension and will always be better than a 401K security wise.
Paid time off is great. Pay is unbelievably low. A single person cannot work for the State and afford the basic necessities. A single parent will have to be on assistance to make ends meet.
The paid time off is excellent and plentiful. The only thing that needs improvement is the health insurance. Your options are to have an insane deductible or give up half your paycheck and still pay a kind of high deductible.
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