Health insurance, 403B, and other retirement options.
Its located in a small town so may not be a choice for someone who loves the big city life but It was a good place to work. I really loved working here.
the town which is a colleague town is really small ad tiny. There is no fun living in town.
We had to live with a roommate to receive the benefits, and you can have 20 residents and get paid the same as someone with 70 residents.
Health Insurance, benefit of taking free classes at VT (tuition assistance), opportunities for enrollment in other insurance policies available to only Tech employees- like an additional life insurance policy, aflac policy
Base salary is not as high as many would want.
Incredible healthcare coverage for decent rates. Easy online health survey grants you a decent monthly discount. Travel and vacation perks website really cuts prices down. Many holidays every year, almost two weeks paid in winter. Annual leave begins immediately, with two weeks yearly sick time.
Benefits were great. No complaints.
Good campus environment, good networking
One unusual perk if you are faculty at Virginia Tech is that you can contribute to both a 403 (b), which is the educational version of a 401(k) and a 457, which is the state version of the 401(k). Thereby, you can double up on your retirement tax shelters.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.