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Working for the flagship University of the State of Maryland is an honor and a privilege. This is a dynamic environment

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Current Employee - Business Manager  in  College Park, MD
Current Employee - Business Manager in College Park, MD

I have been working at University of Maryland full-time for more than 8 years

Pros

Free tuition for employee & immediate family members.
Great vacation, sick leave, & pension benefits.
Beautiful campus and discounted access to arts & sports events.
Discounts to the gyms and work-out facilities.
Good ideas are implemented.

Cons

Parking fees are substantial.
Traffic can be heavy getting to campus.
Not very many cons to working here. Work is interesting, people are easy to work with, campus is beautiful for walking.

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Make us the best public university in the nation!

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  1.  

    A great organization that runs on the work of academic indentured servants

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    Former Employee - Research Associate  in  College Park, MD
    Former Employee - Research Associate in College Park, MD

    I worked at University of Maryland full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The University of Maryland has world-class resources, colleagues, and opportunities. It is a respected "name brand."

    Cons

    However those perks come at the expense of long hours (expected), okay pay, and no room for internal advancement. There is a class hierarchy where tenured faculty dominant all conversations and agendas. It is better to say that you have worked there than to currently work there.

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    There are systematic problems in most departments with inequality between tenured faculty and people in supporting roles (e.g., graduate students, post-docs, and lecturers).

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    The university is simply selling degree for money

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at University of Maryland

    Pros

    it's easy to get the degree here

    Cons

    you won't learn anything; you won't get any help from the resource of university or college.

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