It's a great opportunity and the professors care about their students. I'm a research assistant intern and while I am paid I do not get benefits which is fine that's what it means to be an intern
Tuition waiver for graduate teaching assistants.
Assistantships do not have benefits outside of healthcare provided by your student fees. Graduate Assistantships usually cover al of your tuitions, and most of your fees.
Pay is not the greatest, but the benefits are excellent. Lots of time off, good insurance, good retirement.
Good Health Insurance, good vacation, good holiday leave, and defined pension plan
Get regular sick time and anfair amount of vacation time..about 10 days per year. The best is university holidays are also paid, so in addition to your vacation time you get unviersity holidays as well.
The best benefit and only benefit as a graduate teaching assistant is tuition reimbursement. However, they are very strict about which classes you take, for example ONLY the classes required for your degree.
Lots of holidays and paid vacation days
There was no benefits package for this job. It was part time and hourly.
There isn't any benefits for student part time job. but they did provided tuition fee waiver
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