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It is good for professional development because you can learn a lot in the laboratory and you can also practice your english if your mother language is not english.
While my profession was developed, I would argue that it could have been developed more than it had been, to the extent that it was.
Some funds available but you have to advocate for yourself.
There is a whole department that holds classes just for university employees.
Good mentorship and training program is well structured
Very good with professional development since its a top tier University and very strong in research
75% tuition reimbursement up to about 7K per year, I think. It isn't well publicized and some staff may not get their's approved, I'm not sure.
Few departments really fund your professional development well beyond internal courses through the lame central HR training function. Wealth departments conversely spend way too much on known underperformers or people who won't apply the training.
You interact with various kinds of people and understand their knowledge and the way they see the things and the that helps you create a personality that suits the surroundings
Plenty of options to gain work experience and knowledge to expand your horizons. Much, if not all, were free or next to free