great insurance coverage, but benefits can be confusing
One con, in my opinion, is that anyone hired after 2010 no longer has the option of having the Defined Benefit pension plan (separate from their 403B plan). They will now have the newer pension plan, with only the 403B (employer matching the employee's contribution) plan.
Health Benefits are incredible. For an employee and spouse, average health, dental and vision benefits are approx $300. Max out of pocket per year is $1500 total for employee and spouse included. The best health benefits I have seen so far in any medical system. This is one of many other benefits included (like $8000 tuition assistance) A great company to work for.
Retirement matching is solid, and health insurance is great as long as you use Penn Medicine doctors and facilities.
Great benefits overall, lots of coverage at minimal cost.
I guess it depends on the position and the department. I was an intern so I was offered a stipend and not really a salary.
Great health Insurance if you stay within the PENNCare system but super expensive for part time employees. Tuition assistance is pretty generous 4k for part timers and 8k for full timers.
Health benefits, retirement plans and opportunities to further education are great here.
I did not get PTO so that was very unfortunate, and I was under my parent's health insurance so i am unfamiliar with what they provided.
Dental and vision packages are not great
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