Attorneys rake in the most money, with average earnings of $135K annually; Assistant Attorney Generals come in second with median earnings amounting to approximately $75K, and Legal Secretaries rank near the top as well (about $32K).
Years of Experience
Workers who have been with the company for more than one year but less than five can make around $31K per year on average. For those who claim five to nine years of work experience, pay on average amounts to $50K annually. The largest fraction of Office of the Attorney General people (40 percent) have been working for 10-19 years and earn $70K per year on average.
Across its U.S. offices, the state of California pays Office of the Attorney General the most — $135K annually on average.
Certifications and Degrees
Licensed Lawyers are compensated at a much higher rate than non-authorized workers, bringing in close to approximately $73K per year. Earning a Paralegal Certificate Holder certification garners significant financial rewards of $37K annually on average. Office of the Attorney General provides the highest financial reward to those with a law degree — these employees rake in about $88K per year.
The highest-paying skill to have may be Customer Relationship Management; employees who claim proficiency also report a higher average salary of $63K annually. It's pretty common to find people here who know Drafting Correspondence; one in seven consider it a key competency. Many workers usually know Office Administration, Microsoft Word, and Document Preparation as well.
Benefits and Perks
Paid vacation days are a given for just over a half of workers, but Office of the Attorney General rewards only half of respondents with paid sick leave. It's easy to build up retirement reserves here with programs such as a 401(k) plan and a defined benefit retirement plan. Office of the Attorney General provides health insurance to a large number of workers, and a fair number of workers do receive dental coverage. Some other advantages of working at Office of the Attorney General are defined contribution (dc) retirement plan, a defined benefit retirement plan, and life insurance.