flex time and healthcare but parking is a bummer
Excellent benefits! 403B contribution/match, tuition reimbursement, medical, dental, vision and more.
Many holidays (same as University) and can take continuing Ed courses.
They really encourage a healthy lifestyle, offer fitness programs and incentives to improve your fitness. They also support learning but offering lots of opportunities to improve your job skills.
Stanford offered retirement matching, vacation, sick time, and PTO plus all the days off for the college.
Have to pay $200 a month for my husband to have REQUIRED benefits on abysmal salary.
As an instructor they didn't offer benefits. :(
as a TA for a class, I don't get any benefits
You get good health insurance. It is quite costly though. You can work from home or anywhere if you do computational work and your advisor permits.
The best thing is that Stanford University offers competitive health insurance
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