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“We have full health insurance. The coverage is good but you do have to pay out of your paycheck if you do not want to use the insurance that only covers NYU doctors and facilities.”
“Nothing really. If you are faculty on a 9month contract, you have flexibility during summer terms”
“There is only 403B and no matching. It would be nice to have a matching 401k plan.”
Great faculty benefits, including housing in Washington Square Park area.
Health insurance and retirement package.
They have really good benefits but still deductible and cost is a bit pricey for family
The best thing about NYU is they give a fill benefits package. The worst is that post-docs only get a 403B retirement fund that is not matched.
The benefits package at NYU is fantastic: 22 vacation days, great healthcare options, 401k matching, tuition remission (for you and dependents), great family leave policy, financial resources including first-time homeowners workshops and support, and more.
Many company holidays (and the University is closed between Christmas and New Years so that doesn't count as vacation days). Additionally, tons of vacation days you can roll over for one year, as we as designated sick days and personal days.
Fantastic positions for health insurance, as faculty you have access to a development account that can be used for conferences, training etc.
10% retirement contribution, for your 5%
Great benefits including 403 match
Best: generous paid time off package
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