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  • Part-Time Employment

    Dec 11, 2018, 8:03 AM By MOSERS

    My initial State employment was as a part time employee. Do any of those years count towards my years of service when calculating my retirement options?

    No, most likely not. The position must be “benefit-eligible”. Part-time positions are usually not benefit-eligible so that service likely does not count for retirement purposes. You will receive service credit only for periods that your employer reports you worked in a benefit-eligible position and for which they made employer contributions to MOSERS.

    A position is benefit-eligible if it normally requires the employee to work at least 1,040 hours per year.

    If the position meets both requirements, the position is eligible for MOSERS benefits. If not, the position is not eligible for MOSERS benefits. You may contact a MOSERS benefit counselor and they can tell you what service we have on record for you and provide you with benefit estimates.

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