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Evelyn Aceto, whose last position was as a Jr. Document Reception Clerk in the Secretary of State's office (agency number 359), retired in 2003 at the age of 55. Her retirement type is SA, and she has accumulated 111007.00 days of creditable service with a monthly pension of $896.58 and an annual pension of $10758.96. As of 2016, her pension has been in effect for 13 years, and her average salary upon retirement was $34802.04.

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ALLPENSIONS null 2016-11-30T18:14:04.000Z Search

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person_idcreditable_servicedepartment_last_worked_inagency_last_worked_intrans_noannual_pensionyearlast_namefirst_namedate_of_retirementtitle_at_retirementaverage_salaryage_at_retirementmonthly_pensiontype_of_retirement
356225111007.00C/O SECRETARY OF STATE3597587613810758.962016ACETOEVELYN2003-10-01T00:00:00.000JR. DOCUMENT RECEPTION CLERK34802.0455896.58SA


  data:
    [
   {
      "person_id": "356225",
      "creditable_service": "111007.00",
      "department_last_worked_in": "C/O SECRETARY OF STATE",
      "agency_last_worked_in": "359",
      "trans_no": "75876138",
      "annual_pension": "10758.96",
      "year": "2016",
      "last_name": "ACETO",
      "first_name": "EVELYN",
      "date_of_retirement": "2003-10-01T00:00:00.000",
      "title_at_retirement": "JR. DOCUMENT RECEPTION CLERK",
      "average_salary": "34802.04",
      "age_at_retirement": "55",
      "monthly_pension": "896.58",
      "type_of_retirement": "SA"
   }
]

  keys:
    [
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   "department_last_worked_in",
   "agency_last_worked_in",
   "trans_no",
   "annual_pension",
   "year",
   "last_name",
   "first_name",
   "date_of_retirement",
   "title_at_retirement",
   "average_salary",
   "age_at_retirement",
   "monthly_pension",
   "type_of_retirement"
]
    

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    debug: columns: name:
    [
   "AGE AT RETIREMENT",
   "AGENCY LAST WORKED IN",
   "ANNUAL PENSION",
   "AVERAGE SALARY",
   "CREDITABLE SERVICE",
   "DATE OF RETIREMENT",
   "DEPARTMENT LAST WORKED IN",
   "FIRST NAME",
   "LAST NAME",
   "MIDDLE INITIAL",
   "MONTHLY PENSION",
   "PERSON ID",
   "TITLE AT RETIREMENT",
   "TRANS NO",
   "TYPE OF RETIREMENT",
   "YEAR"
]

    debug: columns: type:
    [
   "Calendar date",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text"
]