At beginning of the semester, it probably will be busy. Usually is to help professors to set up projectors and any electronic equipments. But after that, this job is quite relax.
22 Vacation Days no matter how long you've been there in addition to 21 University Holiday allowed every year is a great perk!
Company always hire within which is great. Also summer Fridays is a plus
Since it is part time, I do not get any health, insurance, or 401K benefits. The main benefit in this position is working closely with a professor and gaining experience in the substantive law. Also, you get to network with other law students.
403b match, reasonabke medical/dental package, lots of days off
The benefits package for St. John's University is good and you can also take classes and work on a degree for free. Your kids get free tuition as well.
I liked that they have adoption insurance. Since I've always wanted to adopt, I thought that was really great. They do provide a bit of an employee match to 401K which is helpful.
It's a nice work place with minimum wage for interns
Good support and coverage for health care
Best: Unlimited sick days, health insurance is top-notch, 20+ days off a year, tuition remission Worst: Salary
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