Great Health benefits - cheap and includes 401K, Dental, eye, health etc. Good coverage with adequate rates.
Healthcare benefits (gator grad care). Access to the Gym, student health care. No dental. No vision.
The health insurance is some of the best I've ever had. Co-pays are minimal. Labs, x-rays, ultrasounds, they're all FREE!
Base grad student healthcare was okay, but didn't cover too much. I had it supplemented with a secondary insurance. There were no official rules on taking time off as grad students -- it depends a lot on which professor you have.
You're working for the State; benefits are usually good
Best: Low insurance premium for family. Cons: No retirement plans. Restrictive if working part-time. No other benefits except insurance. Working environment is not supportive enough.
Decent health insurance and retirement options and a friendly HR.
Have to pay course fees, work unpaid overtime, technically have but often can't really take sick time if it's needed, very limited/poor benefits for grad TAs, no retirement account matching.
No maternity leave. OPS employee
Pros: Vacation and Sick leave, Health insurance very affordable, Tuition Assistance very good Cons: Vacation and Sick leave separate
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