Good platform for scientific research
The best part of the benefits package is the free healthcare. The worst part of the benefits package is the inability to save for retirement. I cannot create an IRA because the income is not considered "earned". However, the income must still be self-reported and taxes must be paid.
Best: medical and childcare FSA Worst: new parents benefit
Harvard invests 5% of an employee's salary in their defined contribution plan (retirement acct.) under 40 years of age, and after 40, 10% of salary is invested (no matching employee contribution required). Qualified retirees are eligible for health coverage at current employee rates for those who retire between the ages of 55-65 and discounted supplemental medicare rates after 65. 4 weeks of vacation to start, increasing after 5 years, with bonus vacation days at later intervals. Too many other benefits to mention!
Benefits are amazing. Life insurance, disability, child care reimbursements...
Most prestigious university in the world, producing the brightest minds and most courageous leaders. This school is the jewel in the crown.
Most prestigious school in the world, producing the brightest minds and most courageous leaders.
Didn't get benefits as an unpaid intern
There is no best things. very low salary compared to the hours. it is a sort of investment for the future. They do not cover anything.
The health benefits package is wide ranging, except that the eye doctor and the dentist is not included.
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