Health Savings account, flexible spending account, free tuition
Best benefits are multiple health insurance options, free graduate classes for employees enrolled in programs, a number of paid holidays that other industries don't observe (state and institution).
Decent health, vision, and dental. Good education benefit. 401B match of 5% of your gross. Decent sick and vacation. Good work-balance. Lower than average pay.
I didn't need to use the health benefits, but they offer tuition reimbursement/free courses.
As a resident assistant, not only are you paid hourly for office work (up to 10 hours a week), but they pay for you to live at one of the university's residence halls and you are enrolled into one of the meal plans free of charge. This adds up to roughly $7,500 per semester in benefits. A really nice package for a student worker.
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