Employment at MIT Lincoln Laboratory brings with it the opportunity to participate in a variety of benefit programs. Benefit programs are reviewed periodically, and as a result, the programs and descriptions provided here are subject to change. More details on the programs can be found at MIT's Employee Benefits site or by visiting our multimedia virtual tour.
401k with 5 per cent match plus non contributory pension. $5000 tuition reimbursement. Excellent health and dental insurance
They like to point to their benefit package as something that sets them apart from other employers and for the most part it does, except for health insurance which costs more than my spouse's while providing about the same level of coverage. Being part of the MIT HR network definitely helps provide those nice perks (i.e. pension) that are not commonly found.
3 weeks vacation, 4 weeks after a year, 10 paid holidays. Health insurance is stupid expensive (~350/month for single) but pretty good - no deductible and tiny co-pays. Match 5% contribution to 401k and actually offer a small pension plan on top of that.
Top notch benefits, 401K w/5% match, Pension, Health, Vision, Work life benefits. Laid back environment.
Great insurance, Great 401k and a PENSION!!
Great benefits package, it includes multiple options for health insurance, pension after 3 years of employment ...
there isn't anything bad with the benefits package
The engineers you get to work with are very knowledgeable and friendly. The projects are not trivial either.
Great company benefits, including 401k with match, volunteering opportunities, discounted tickets at theater events and concerts, great work life balance. Generous vacation time compared to other places.
15 days of vacation in year 1, 20 days starting in year 2, and a bonus 5 days once ever 5 years. 5% 401k match, MIT pension (3 years until vested), 5 days of family medical leave, "unlimited" sick leave (within reason), 4 weeks of parental leave (new in 2018), great health care but a bit expensive.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.