Safe Harbor Match 401K is a benefit worth pursuing

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Career Opportunities, Inc. (COI) is a stable company and a solid long-term employment prospect for a number of reasons. One of these reasons is the excellent Safe Harbor Match 401k retirement plan they offer their employees who are willing to commit to an extended employment.

You will notice below that the COI 4% contribution is designated a Safe Harbor Match. What does this mean? It means that every penny of the employer’s matching contribution is the employees upon leaving COI. This is sometimes referred to as being fully vested immediately.

Some employers have graded vesting meaning that, for example, an employee has to be employed for two years to be 20% vested, 40% vested after 3 years and so on.

What does 20% vested mean? It means you are only entitled to 20% of what your employer has contributed to your 401K. So Safe Harbor Matching is huge and you should do your best to go to work for a company that offers Safe Harbor Matching as a benefit.

You can think of COI Safe Harbor Matching as effectively adding 4% to your salary!! It is a very significant and long-lasting benefit.

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  1. I was a Health Occupation Instructor at job corps in McKinney, TX. COI does offer good benefits, but the pay is low. They stress sound classroom management principles that must be followed by the teacher to create a proper learning environment and always be maintained for all assigned students.

    This is close to impossible given the academic weaknesses of most job corps intake. So many of the students come from horrible backgrounds. It’s been a few years since I worked there. Miss the kids.

  2. That looks like the same retirement plan I had at Roswell Job Corps!! Mary Gonzales did not get me enrolled in it until I had been there 6 months! I quit before being there a year and thought about filing lawsuit against Job Corps and HR Dept. The place has a lot of problems and super high turn over!!

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