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Paid License and Certification Renewals
Health, Dental, Vision and Prescription Insurance Plan
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Paid Floating Holiday
Paid National Holidays
401K Plan (matching)
Employee Referral Bonus
Paid Continuing Education
Section 125 Plan
Short & Long Term Disability Insurance
Offer GAP Insurance
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