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Headquartered in Miami, Florida, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice offers a range of employment opportunities in the juvenile probation industry, from Juvenile Probation Officer to Juvenile Detention Officer. The average Florida Department of Juvenile Justice employee earns $30K annually. This report is based on responses to the PayScale salary survey.
Job (Number Reporting)
|$22,967 - $45,201|
|Salary||$23,843 - $47,017|
|Total Pay||$22,967 - $45,201|
|$20,920 - $35,570|
|Salary||$20,647 - $37,153|
|Total Pay||$20,920 - $35,570|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 9 Nov 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 7
Overall, the greater share of Florida Department of Juvenile Justice folks have one to four years of experience and earn around $31K per year.
Earning $30K on average, Juvenile Probation Officers receive the most money, followed by Juvenile Detention Officers (about $27K).
At Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, employees who hold a Bachelor's Degree receive the highest salaries at $34K.
A majority of workers report receiving paid vacation days, but only two-fifths of workers are paid for sick leave. The greater part of workers receive health insurance, and most workers get dental coverage.
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