Time off, children's tuition assistance benefit (for college), health care and 401k. Superb.
Covers all possible benefit areas
Even as a part time lecturer I received a generous benefits package. You don't have to contribute to a retirement plan, but the University does. The dental insurance has limited coverage but it is difficult to find a decent one anywhere.
Great health insurance coverage through student health insurance program. optional optical/dental. Lots of doctors in the area
Even though its a chunk of change, the benefits are great.
High Price , at low wages
Nothing to complain about with regards to the benefits offered. The best medical and dental I've ever had and the most PTO I've ever had. They do not pay at the same scale (Lower) than the Private Sector
There is absolutely nothing bad about the benefits offered at Princeton. They seem endless. The University offers an excellent benefits package.
Great place to work for. Lots of possibilities to grow professionally and intellectually.
pretty good health care, no copay for check-ups, can make a quick appointment basically any time.
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