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What benefits does Microsoft provide?

What benefits does you job provide such as:Healthcare,401k,Discounts.

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Armani’s Answer

Well it depends on the job, long term jobs will offer health benefits and a retirement plan but anything short term isn’t necessarily going to have much to offer. It depends on the job, long term jobs will offer health benefits and a retirement plan but anything short term isn’t necessarily going to have much to offer. For a 401k it’s basically money that you have worked for that is put away so you can use it when your older because as you get older your body goes through changers and it becomes harder to work especially in very active job fields If you have any further questions feel free to ask me.

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Well it depends on the job, long term jobs will offer health benefits and a retirement plan but anything short term isn’t necessarily going to have much to offer. It depends on the job, long term jobs will offer health benefits and a retirement plan but anything short term isn’t necessarily going to have much to offer. For a 401k it’s basically money that you have worked for that is put away so you can use it when your older because as you get older your body goes through changers and it becomes harder to work especially in very active job fields If you have any further questions feel free to ask me.

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Zahid’s Answer

It really depends on the industry as well as job. For fast food services or even retail, you may not have much benefits. Blue collar workers (manual labor type) will have some different benefits then white collar workers (office type). Then the benefits will vary based on if you are part of the union or not. In general, healthcare, vision, dental, and 401k are the standard with most employers. And even in these general benefits, how much your employer contributes vs you also vary. For example, in 401k retirement saving, some company will match what you put in up to 3% while others may do it up to 6%. Some employers may give you fully paid health insurance, while others may require co-payments and stuff.

Better way to go about it in understanding this is to pick an industry, like IT, and then compare the employers within that industry [google, dell, facebook, apple, etc.] and see who's offering what benefits.
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