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Former Employee - Intern  in  Lexington, KY
Former Employee - Intern in Lexington, KY

I worked at University of Kentucky

Pros

Good experience and one of the few paid internships around.

Cons

The job required odd hours, parking can be a challenge.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

I was satisfied with my time there.

Recommends
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Other Reviews for University of Kentucky

  1.  

    Great support structure, friendly professional environment, but not strict on students

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    Former Employee - Research Assistant  in  Lexington, KY
    Former Employee - Research Assistant in Lexington, KY

    I worked at University of Kentucky

    Pros

    -) Associate with others of similar interests
    -) Support for graduate students, including additional fellowships and conference funding
    -) Sets high expectations and pushes you to meet them
    -) Extremely friendly and supportive environment, making you look forward to working each day

    Cons

    -) Review for teachers is limited to student evaluations and a single in-class observation, making it difficult to receive feedback and react to it
    -) Somewhat a "teach them to swim by throwing them in the deep end" situation

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    none

    Recommends
    Approves of CEO
  2.  

    Not a bad place to work

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Lexington, KY
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lexington, KY

    I have been working at University of Kentucky

    Pros

    The benefits package tends to be good compared to other employers in the area.
    A flexible work schedule is offered.

    Cons

    There is little to no room for job growth
    Management seldomly promotes from within
    Innovation is not enocouraged by middle management

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Managers must find ways to prevent burn out by rotating employees.
    Provide more opportunities for employees to move into other positions.

    Approves of CEO
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