Florida Governor Rick Scott Signs State Employee Pay Raise Bill for all Floridian's.

June 19, 2017

State funded workers within the state of Florida have always been poised to become leading contenders within their line of duties and have always been sought to fill the chasm of Florida's ever evolving state endowed job market sector. In concordance with The Tampa Bay Times, Florida's governor Rick Scott signed into effect a state worker pay raise Bill this month, marking the first time in over a decade that employees are getting an across-the-board raise to further their annual incomes. To further elaborate, state funded employees within the state of Florida who earn a total of $40,000 a year or less, will obtain a $1,400 pay increase in their wages, and those earning above $40,000 a year will get a $1,000 incrementation towards their annual salaries. This necessitated wage incrementation towards these workers salaries will change the employees current benefit standards and will apply to Florida's State Attorney's, Public Defenders, Judges, State Law Enforcement Officers (which will obtain a five percent pay increase), and any other state funded job within the state of Florida. 

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