Great matching retirement benefits and children tuition benefits
Great offers for employees when they use excellent hospitals of the university. The best care for maternity care.
Competitive salary and retirement plans, difficult to find a similar high-paying job in the area with same level of experience.
The benefit's package was more than expected. 401K was okay, great matching percentage, however, you weren't fully vested until after three years.
My current position affords me flexible hours, which is a fantastic perk. I also have full vision, dental, and healthcare coverage.
Cost of PPO options is somewhat high.
Good health insurance and other perks. More health insurance options than average. 401k takes time to vest. Overall better than average package.
bad healthy insurance, good retirement plan, paid sick days, vacations
The student health care is very expensive. $1500 per quarter.
I can learn a lot from University of Chicago. It is a very good place to pursue my academic career. However, it is so hard to do research, I have to find a intern now.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.