Benefits package was very generous and the work being done was high quality!
There are many health insurance options, but the PPO for in-network at UCLA hospitals is first rate. The less expensive HMO option is okay. Vision and dental are also included. The retirement plan is decent.
I am a part time student so there are no benefits that I am aware of.
The best thing about the benefits package is that they offer short term and long term disability.
All tuition is paid for: gym memberships including various exercise classes and hobbies (boxing, rock climbing, you name it), plethora of courses in every subject imaginable are all free. Grad students can drop class day before final if desired (again free) so you can take a class and take midterm and if you learned enough drop it once it's not as relevant or research becomes too heavy a burden. All health insurance covered. Wide range of services such as patent office and career guidance are easily accessed.
Best medical , dental and vision coverage.
great health insurance and comprehensive paid sick leave
Overall, the university offers great benefits, and their value increases the longer your employment is.
I am not sure; I have not really looked into the benefits package, but I know it comes with 401k and UCLA health insurance.
The Employer offers good health insurance and pension plan
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