The best thing about the benefits package is the monthly payment, which is more than enough to have a good life in Reno.
as a student employed by the university you are covered with insurance. college pays for it. i found it very convenient.
Excellent! So of the best out there. They match at 14.5%
1. Pro: Has health insurance for graduate students. Con: Some medical services/procedures not covered. 2. Good: Has paid time off (3 weeks/year)
- mandatory 401k match - great health insurance options: HMO & Public options (low premium for public based option) - no vacation time for contracted work - no paid time off for contract work or LOA
Amazing benefits, 30 sick days, 2 days PTO per month, + all national/state holidays. Retirement is matched 100%
Leave is easy to take; medical benefits are horrible cost so much you can't afford to go to the doctor. Retirement package is fair but given the low wages good luck retiring.
I was a student employee so I didn't get real benefits. However in two positions I got access to a refrigerator and in one, I was paid for school holidays.
A mandatory 6.2% retirement matching contribution is very nice. The healthcare, on the other hand, is quite terrible and quite expensive.
Overall great benefits offered, they are more than enough for a student because they provide a tuition waiver too. And the health insurance benefits are too good.
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