Insurance $150 by University of Houston.
UH is good university but do not include so many benefits for it's employers
Multiple option to choose from.
Insurance is offered differently for part time and full time employees
There are not as many benefits while you are a student here, but they do try and provide you with scholarships and other resources like mentors. these benefits are very helpful.
The package was not too high as it was a part-time job. One can expect the minimum wage in a part-time job. Overall the staff was nice and helped to adjust in a very short period of time
Best things: cheap city, multinational environment, friendly people Bad things: car-dependent city, campus location is not very safe to live, not enough parking lots.
Good benefits package, holiday schedule could be more flexible.
I was there full time, but an Graduate Assistant only. The per hour rate is not very competitive to the industry rate. Great campus and the ambiance.
As a research assistant partime I had very little to no benefits. Benefits were never really communicated clearly anyways.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.