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Had a interview with state government if you don't get the job how long do they wait to inform you

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You have to be on the "inside" in order to get most jobs with the Commonwealth of Kentucky job opportunities. Most jobs are already promised before they are even posted.

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Discounts for almost everything, 401k, Health, Vision, Dental and Life Insurance. If you opt out of Health insurance, you can get the HSA card and the state provides $3000/year for medical purposes.

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Typically 7.5 hours a day. However, some agencies require mandatory overtime, and you may get paid in "comp time", which is not cash up front. Some agencies require the OT then tell you to take it off a few days later.

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Experience doesn't matter. The job pays the same regardless. It's their "policy"

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Panel, asked a series of five question. The interview was laid back and professional at the same time.

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Phone even though not many workers liked to work cases quickly by calling for information. The attitude, suffer ye poor, weak and old applicants! Ha ha ha HA!

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Yes that is a good sign you got the job. They are desperate for people.

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It depends on the position, of course. A programmer makes more than a receptionist. There have been no decent raises since 2001, however, if that tells you anything.

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Anywhere between one and six months depending on what you're applying for.

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