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Current Employee - Postdoctoral Researcher in Lawrence, KS
Current Employee - Postdoctoral Researcher in Lawrence, KS

I have been working at KAIST

Pros

best professional colleague and research facility

Cons

hard to entrance and so much homwork

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    If you are a permanent employee, they would treat you well

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    Former Employee - Librarian/Administrator in Daejeon (South Korea)
    Former Employee - Librarian/Administrator in Daejeon (South Korea)

    I worked at KAIST as a contractor (more than an year)

    Pros

    Surrounded by young geniuses and intelligent professors are a good one to me. Job was not extremely hard as it is not a profit organization. Quite reasonable work load. Mostly good people who I with. A good chance to start your career after university, like building your human network and knowledge of what you really do at work - obviously it is different from what you've been taught at school.

    Cons

    Because I was a contract employee for 2 years, the salary was not good. Job stability was not good enough either, even though you can have another project contract job within the university, it is not a best job you can have.

    Recommends
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    KAIST - Land of the Snobby / Egotistic Professors

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at KAIST full-time

    Pros

    -Some staff are very friendly and willing to help
    -Senior management are a hit or miss, but most are friendly

    Cons

    -Most of the KAIST Professors & Students both have psychological issues
    -Some of the administrative staff try to undermine your work and will backstab you
    -A lot of office gossip

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    -Provide a professional development track for non-tenured staff

    Doesn't Recommend
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