I did not have a benefits package as I was only a part time student worker but I have heard the benefits for being a full time employee are quite good!
Working as a GTA at the Library has a lot of benefits. The tuition waiver was the biggest for me, as an out-of-state student. It eliminated in-state and out-of-state tuition for 12 credit hours each semester, so that I only have to pay fees. The work hours are very flexible, and some projects can be done from home. Since it provides a stipend instead of hourly pay, you don't lose pay for sick days or bereavement leave. You also get university holidays off automatically without losing any pay. They offer student health insurance which covers care at the on-campus health clinic and counseling center, but depending on how good your previous health insurance was you may or may not want this. In my case, it made my prescription copays more expensive because the student insurance became my primary insurance, and my parent's insurance (which is way better and which I am a dependent on) became secondary.
Really liked the generous contributions to 401k and the access to the university facilities such as the Colvin center.
best- insurance options. worst- time off
As a student worker, the only benefit you really receive is not having to purchase the All-Sports pass
Covers tution fees. But the pay is still less.
There were not benefits at this job.
tuition waive, insurance coverage, paid holiday
Part time does not get benefits
Fee waiver to assist students, good pay for the work, much needed health insurance
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