nope only 43 so no early retirement just a much better opportunity in private sector, imagine that. You are right in one respect, the State wants you to have a college degree and then pays you like a high school graduate.
Connor I am sorry the state keeps turning you down for employment, hang in there buddy your time will come, and you can be overworked, underappreciated and underpaid. First thing first go get your GED.
Ha, funny about state workers. I just resigned Monday after 19 plus years as did two other employees in my department. Turnover rate is highest I have ever seen, mass exodus last 2 years trust me. But I know the state doesn't care, they will replace me with someone with a lot less pay and not as good of benefits as I was earning. The only people it really hurts is the citizens of the State of Missouri, getting a bunch of inexperienced people, who won't stay long. If the economy ever gets back to where it was a few years ago, a lot more people will leave.
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