Free room and board make a large difference when it comes to housing affordability at school. Then the discount parking is incredible, almost $250 discount.
Health insurance is good, plus dental and vision.
It's very good to have a student insurance
nice supervisor, nice working condition. i do not have any benefit but staff have 4 paid vocation per year which is great
Wasnt full time but management always worked with my class schedule
No retirement. Good healthcare.
Good variety of health insurance coverage options. Some benefits, such as vision, vary based on union.
As a part time graduate student worker, the benefits--health insurance, vision, dental, and reimbursement for fitness costs up to $100--have been great for years, even though it is no thanks to the University, all thanks to GEO the graduate employees union. This year the union staff put in the hard work of negotiating with mgmt for over a year, and they have made some awesome wins, including getting non-working fellows to be members of the union! I'm not sure, but that could be a first in the country. Many younger, incoming grad students like myself don't realize how important the kind of stability the union provides will be for the long haul of a PhD program (running a minimum 6 years, maybe up to 10!). This kind of info should factor into where you attend school if you plan on using TA or RA positions to make ends meet.
It has a good health insurance package including vision and dental plans
There was no benefits package. It was a part time cashier job in one of the school cafes that did not offer any type of benefits package
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.