Best benefits package I've come across.
Nice University system, several options to pick from
Since I'm not full-time employed to CU Denver, I'm not sure about the benefits package at CU Denver.
The time off (22 days of pto/14.6 hours per month accrual), the retirement match (10%, and you contribute 5%). Plus 10 hours of sick time per month. Its unreal and makes it hard to leave.
Perhaps the best part of graduate school here is that you get health and dental benefits that your PI covers so you don't have to pay extra out of pocket if it is just for you. There really aren't any other benefits- no retirement, what time off-depends entirely on your PI, etc.
It is a great place to work although as a postdoctoral fellow we do not receive retirement benefits.
Great medical care and matching 401K
retirement and tuition benefits are good not all departments offer start up packages and instead require employees to pay their own salary with grants
Great benefits plan. Excellent paid time off options and great sick leave as well. Retirement, health, and dental and vision options.
The University of Colorado Denver is one of the best universities to work and study
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