The best is the insurance. The worst is lack of bonus opportunities.
Graduate research assistants don't get any benefits.
two days/ sick leave and two days annual per month. Dental, Vision, etc. life insurance, 401k, state benefits, paid holidays and university breaks,etc.
Absolutely nothing to say about it because there were no benefits to speak of.
Excellent environment to work in. Provides valuable research experience for student.
Great retirement and insurance. Cultural opportunities. Low demand on personal life.
The best thing was that they work around your schedule, and as a student, that was very helpful to me.
The university provides very good health insurance, including vision and dental insurance. It offers more than a month of paid day off and maternity leave. The 401K plan is amazing
Best thing about working at the University is that they have some really great educational benefits and 12 paid holidays off. Great people to work with depending on your assigned location as well.
The state retirement benefits are great, and add up quickly to a nice nest egg for retirement. You also have 403k, and really good health insurance. There are definitely perks to be a state employee.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.