401k 1%-8% is great. Tuition assistance is 80% off tuition so most people end up getting a degree whole working here.
It's nice to have maternity leave for graduate students!
The best thing about RPI's benefits is that they are comprehensive -- medical, dental, vision, retirement, tuition remission, etc. And, complete information can be found on RPI's Human Resources web page. However, the amount that employees have to pay for benefits keeps increasing each year while raises have been minimal if at all. So the challenge RPI employees face is inflation, increased cost of living, and increased cost of benefits while receiving little or no raises.
Good employer contribution to the deferred compensation plan. BUT, must work 3 years to be vested. Tuition reimbursement a plus if they continue it. The % paid by RPI keeps decreasing.
Great health insurance, High retirement match. That's the only reason I stayed.
Tuition benefit for my kids to go to college!
Health insurance with dental included costs about 1100 a semester
No benefits package for this position
As an graduate RA, you would just have one single pay package with the base salary.
There are a lot of fees for the campus that are covered. It makes it easy to use on campus facilities and other stuff at the college.