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Anonymous shared this review of State of North Carolina, United States on Jun 3rd, 2021
"Don't unless you plan to have a family. They will work with you there."
"Unpaid maternity leave."
"I have worked with this agency for 6 years. As far as I can tell, women and men are treated equally and they are generally family friendly, but that may depend more on the manager than the office culture. Because of state finances, pay raises are rare an most times in terms of a percent, so negotiating a great start salary is crucial. Maternity leave is 12 weeks UNPAID, so getting a disability insurance to cover maternity and savings up leave are very important. Coworkers can voluntarily share leave, but you cannot bank on that."