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State of Florida
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About the company

  • CEO
    Ron DeSantis
  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration


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Employees at State of Florida have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.
Paid time off
Health insurance
Life insurance
Vision insurance
Retirement plan
Dental insurance
Flexible schedule
Employee assistance program
Loan forgiveness
Disability insurance

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 1.5K reviews and is evolving.


Witness Coordinator in Orlando, FL
on July 20, 2021
It's a job. This branch of the state is supposed to help those whose liberty is in jeopardy. Everyday on the job is different. You feel for clients.
FL Child Protective Investigator in Miami, FL
on July 29, 2021
Working as a child protective investigator is rewarding as far helping keep children safe and providing resources for families. However, the work environment within the office and management is toxic and draining. There is a blatant lack of empathy and genuine appreciation for the investigators. Management only cares about stats and making themselves look good. You will sacrifice your personal life and mental health to only be told and reminded that your sacrifices are not enough. This will inevitably effect your ability to do your job and help keep kids safe. Those in management need to obtain true leadership qualities otherwise there will always be a high turnover rate.
Corrections Officer in Orlando, FL
on July 23, 2021
Good job to have if you live close to where you work pays okay not the best people that you work witn can make or break the job its a job not meant for everyone
Examiner in Florida
on July 22, 2021
Definitely not a job for the weak. 1 in 5 really care about your progress. Promotions are given as favors to friends, the morale is as low as it can go, management could care less about your concerns and everything is pretty much learn as you go unless your so supervisor cares enough to work with you.
Revenue Specialist II in Orlando, FL
on July 20, 2021
The management was terrible in training and providing an environment that their employees could feel good about and thrive in. It’s a numbers thing, and quotas seem to be the most important thing to them. The insurance benefits and PTO were the only real positives as well as your fellow employees who made the job bearable. It’s an okay job if you want something stable and that you know it will be difficult to get fired from. It’s a decent stepping stone for young people but not a place you would want to be at for longer than three years. Good work life balance because once you are off there’s no worrying about the job again until you are back on the clock.

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Interview insights

Insights from 265 Indeed users who have interviewed with State of Florida within the last 5 years.
Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes more than one month

Interview Questions

They asked weird questions like if you were a robot what order world you complete things in.

Shared on July 13, 2017

Asked about software I've used; work-related capabilities; focused on the one job that was most similar to DEP position and didn't ask about the other positions.

Shared on June 27, 2017

What you've done on previous jobs. They usually have your resume at hand and read down the resume and ask you to elaborate on what you've done. Then they go into telling you about the job you're applying for.

Shared on June 3, 2017

State of Florida locations

Tallahassee, FL
Orlando, FL
Miami, FL
Tampa, FL
Jacksonville, FL
Gainesville, FL

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