Current and former employees report that University of Pittsburgh provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“The health insurance is well covered.”
“around 10 holidays plus winter recess which is a big bonus. When you start, you accrue 6.25 hours per month which adds up to 10 vacation days a year (based on a 37.5 hour work week). ”
“Decent matching program up to 8% until vested”
Benefits package includes health insurance and 401k.
very nice benefits including extraordinary healthcare and retirement investments.
The University of Pittsburgh has many great benefits. One of my favorites is a bus pass for the PAT. I use it to travel to and from work, also to get around campus.
Great benefits for staffers with families.
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Hi, I am a sophomore at the University of Pittsburgh looking for internships for summer 2023. I’ve applied to internships at all the big 4 firms as well as big banks (MS, GS, Bofa). (Within Big4 I am interested in consulting/advisory/strategy) So far I have had no look with applications even progressing to interview stages. They all just say application submitted. What can I do to get my application past that inititial submission stage, whether it be networking, going to career office, etc?
Great benefits for people with young families.
great healthcare for graduate students
Great time off, holidays, sick time, retirement, and perks.
They have great Health insurance
Decent benefits overall. Health insurance is relatively cheap thru UPMC as a Pitt employee. Educational benefits are decent, and 401k match is generous although the vesting period is long. Pretty stingy with PTO. Overall good benefits, but consider whether or not the slightly better than average benefits are worth the lower salary in academia vs industry.
The benefits and perks are really great. They added Care.com as a perk for child/family assistance.