Provides extensive healthcare and retirement benefits with many options. You can also attend classes for free. The best of the best!
I was an intern so I was not expecting any packages but sometimes there are snacks and if there is a big holiday, the head of my research team would be really generous and give me a little present. It's a nice environment to be in.
Great and fair benefits! Increased yearly amount of time earned for paid time off. There is also a personal day you can use.
UW offers its graduate teaching assistants amazing healthcare which makes up for the subpar pay.
Best thing: Good graduate student health care benefits (GAIP plan). Worst thing: low compensation and no retirement savings options.
I'm a part time student worker, so I don't get any benefits. The pay is 16/hr, and that's the only thing that we get.
Work-life balance, PTO, health insurance
For graduate students there is an ok health insurance, no more than that
For the part-time job, there is no benefit.
The location of the university was very accessible, always something interesting was happening. Could have met many interesting, international people as well.
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