Quality health plan optional on some area's. You do have to pay a premium but you have several choices of health plans available.
Amazing benefits including insurance and health perks.
I was part time and doing it as an undergraduate so I was not eligible for benefits aside from your basic tuition discount
This is a contract job. The pay is good and enough for student workers. At the same time students have a chance to revise the course they had taken before.
Professional staff receive a fantastic benefits package including several weeks of vacation, sick time and paid holidays. Health benefits, vision and dental are great!
401k, vacation, heealth insurance, and no other benefits.
Best part is my tuition fees were waived by the department.
It was a summer position which I have worked while I was a graduate student at Cleveland State. Therefore, I am not sure about the benefits
This work came with no benefits package: no classes, no retirement contributions, nothing except on-the-job medical coverage for injuries requiring medical attention. If you want to count optional shifts as flexible hours, then there was that.
The added days that universities have off throughout the year along with the free education for myself and my children are bonuses that go far beyond the dollars you see listed as a salary. Both add up to tens of thousands of dollars over the years.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.