Best- Stipend, insurance, tuition fees. Worst- TIme management
As a RA in NCSU, the pay is not high.
Benefits are very good for the single person. Adding a family or spouse can be costly. My premium for just me was $60 per month for 80/20 or $15 for 70/30
Best thing is I can get my education while working. Worst thing hasn't happened yet.
The packages offered for the role is good enough as a part-time job as it pays pretty good in terms of the work that needs to be done.
As a student worker they provide excellent benefits, working within my time schedule, pay, and a host of other things provided by the HR team.
The worst is that the medical insurance options barely covers anything when it comes to specialist. It's so limited and it's advertised to be very good for the area. However, with your low pay, you won't be able to pay for your doctor visits if you have any existing condition.
Great benefits package, and recently added paid parental leave.
The base benefits are free to employees and pretty standard, but for a small price per month, you can upgrade your benefits making them really great.
Great Benefits overall, although your do have to wait 5 years to be vested and receive the full about contributed by the State of North Carolina.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.