Was a great experience to be at Duke. Graduate school for the most part does well to cater to the students.
Best: health insurance, the worst is retirement
For exempt employees the benefits are very good. Non exempt the retirement is quite poor.
Health insurance is pretty amazing, but the dental coverage leaves much to be desired.
Medical Benefits are good.
Since I am an intern, so there is no need about the benefits package at Duke university
Dental is not all that helpful. Overall benefits are good.
As a postdoc research fellow - the benefits package is really minimum. Dental is horrible.
The best perks are not advertised and many times your manager doesn't know about them. Find out which benefits are important for you and get the information directly for HR. • $1500 stipend for professional development. You usually have to work harder to put that money towards a real professional development. Duke usually wants to push their very basic continuing education courses- which are far from enriching. Find a manager - or train a manager- to advocate for you and or professional goals.
The benefits package is honestly great! As a single person, I pay less than $80 for the best health plan and a little over $30 for the best dental plan that they offer. They also offer great discounts for cell phone plans.
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