Great benefits. Dental, vision, and medical. Very typical.
Health Insurance, tuition waiver, and flexibility in schedule are great perks. However being under 30, and without two years vested there is no retirement match. This was upsetting since they talked about the match in the interview process, but I cannot get it for another two years. You also have to pay to use the gym/facilities on campus. It is more expensive than an average gym membership.
As a student you did not receive any benefits.
As a coach your paid time off doesn't really happen. I wish there could be some type of compensation if you do not get all your vacation time. The insurance on the other hand is great and far better than what I had in my last job.
No benefits for what I do.
The health plan is terrific, the retirement plan is better than terrific, and the work schedule are second to none. Simply put, the benefits are outstanding!
Grad student salary is below the average, not good benefit. Assistant Professor get free usage of core facility instruments and a graduate student's for "free". Department covers tuition, insurance and living expense.
nothing at all at this point
Health insurance : satisfied (for me) Other GAs want the dental coverage as well.
Almost no benefits for grad assistants. Free health care, but they don't cover much and it's only during the academic year. You're screwed if you get sick in the summer. No vision, no dental, very little maternal leave.
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