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JHU - great place to work

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Former Employee - Junior Management Position  in  Washington, DC
Former Employee - Junior Management Position in Washington, DC

I worked at Johns Hopkins University

Pros

Salary and benefits were excellent. Collegial atmosphere; relaxed. Senior management encouraged staff growth via training programs and/or free masters level programs.

Cons

The Senior management at SAIS are not supportive of their staff.

Recommends
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    Great Research Place.

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    Current Employee - Research Assistant  in  Baltimore, MD
    Current Employee - Research Assistant in Baltimore, MD

    I have been working at Johns Hopkins University

    Pros

    The lab are good place to start any experience in Medical research. Many different areas of medicine and public health are being studied here.

    Cons

    Hopkins doesn't pay as well as working for a private entity. This is obvious. However, you do get to work with some of the leaders in their field and you don't get to do that very often.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    A tad higher pay, enough so that we can can go enough the weekend without having to live below our means.

    Recommends
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    JHU Review

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Baltimore, MD
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Baltimore, MD

    I have been working at Johns Hopkins University

    Pros

    Johns Hopkins is extremely family oriented and is flexible with work-life issues. The vacation and time-off benefits are very generous. Although salary is on the lower side, the benefits and work-life balance makes up for the difference.

    Cons

    Since Johns Hopkins is a not for profit enterprise, the salary ranges seem to be on the low side. Training budgets are on the low side.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I would ask management to provide more job-related training to people who work in university administration; especially for people who work in professional positions.

    Recommends
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