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Thanks again.

I think the reason on the waiting period is they have a match but it varies based on the profitability of the company and there is no vesting period.

I think in the long run, the benefits will get better. They are a publicly traded company and the division I work for was just acquired last year.

The company pays well and is about 10 miles from my home (all the better because I used to commute 40 miles one way in an SUV!)
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