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Beautiful University Setting with quick problem solving for employee issues

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Eugene, OR
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Eugene, OR

I worked at University of Oregon part-time (more than an year)

Pros

Great peer and inter-agency networking. The university was good at listening to complaints even if they weren't always resolved.

Cons

It still is a university setting so burnout does happen quickly if you do not invest in yourself. The pay is mediocre for some of the requirements they ask. Unequal hiring of the genders, but that could be lack of qualified applicants.

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    It is a good place for research.

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    Current Employee - Graduate Research Assistant in Eugene, OR
    Current Employee - Graduate Research Assistant in Eugene, OR

    I have been working at University of Oregon full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    People here are friendly and helpful. The culture is quite open and free. Work life balance is quite good. So it's a good place to go for graduate school.

    Cons

    Focusing more on social science, so not too good for natural science and technology people. Not many choices for engineering people.

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    It really depends who you are working for.

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    Current Employee - Graduate Teaching Fellow in Eugene, OR
    Current Employee - Graduate Teaching Fellow in Eugene, OR

    I have been working at University of Oregon part-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Stipend and tuition waved while going to school, limited to 20 hours a week so teaches can't over-exploit you, when there is a grader, the workload is much more manageable and fulfilling.

    Cons

    Workload can vary immensely depending on who you work for.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hire graders for classes with a lot of students so GTF's can focus on more pedagogical activities. Encourage Blackboard and Piazza use to professors.

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